"I love BG," says 3-year-old Eden Causey.
"I love Bowling Green," says 5-year-old Peter Simmons.
The city of Bowling Green got a whole lot of love.
The Bowling Green Area Convention and Visitors Bureau held an "I love BG" day to say thank you to the community, as the city continues to thrive.
"This really is a nice little town, it's growing, yet still keeping its good spirit, hometown spirit, there's such a great, can do attitude in this town," says Marissa Butler from the Bowling Green Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Saturday's car show at Fountain Square Park was just one of several events to take place throughout the week.
A man from out of town, and some Bowling Green residents, came out to check out the cars and celebrate the day.
"Just to look out the old cars, bring my own GTO, meet a bunch of old friends. I use to live in Bowling Green, I live in Glasgow now," says Roy Sharp, who use to live in Bowling Green.
"I do love Bowling Green, born and raised here, been here all my life, worked here all my life," says John Lancaster, a Bowling Green resident.
Tea Squares, like dozens of other businesses around the city, was also showing its love for Bowling Green.
"The community has been wonderful to us. They've embraced us, we haven't even been open a year yet and it's been remarkable, the outpouring of support for us so we figured this is a way to give back to the community," says Greg Shea, the owner of Tea Squares.
To say thanks, they were offering "I love BG" cookies and twenty percent off their green teas.
"We came out to take advantage of some of the deals like the 'I love Bowling Green' cookies," says Selva Calderon, a Bowling Green resident.
The Bowling Green Area Convention and Visitors Bureau say they plan on having the event again next year.
They say the event was also meant to attract more visitors and tourists.
This is the second year "I love BG" day has been held.