Classic vehicles will be gathering at the Stryker school parking lot at the end of the month for an annual summer cruise-in for the community.
This will be the third year that Quadco Rehabilitation Center (QRC) has hosted the show in downtown downtown Stryker.
“This is really a cruise-in for the whole community,” said QRC Executive Director Bruce Abell.
“We will have some people from QRC coming to look over the classic cars, and we invite everyone who would like to see the vehicles to come and take a look at them that day,” he said.
The cruise-in is scheduled for Friday, July 31, from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. There is no charge for admission and no entry fee for the drivers.
“It’s just designed to be a fun day for everyone involved,” said Bill Priest, QRC director of marketing.
“We’ve had a good turnout that last two years, and invite the drivers to come back to the school again this year as well as new drivers to come and spend a couple hours with us that afternoon,” he continued.
He said anyone who may have a question about the show can contact him at 419-682-1011.
“We’re just praying for good weather, so everyone can have a good time,” Priest concluded.
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