It’s not too late to register a classic car for this year’s Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion, scheduled to be held this Friday and Saturday in downtown Ontario.
Well-maintained cars that were built no later than 1988 are eligible to participate in this annual two-day event, which will again feature live music, vendors, food, and games along with car enthusiasts.
“Some people want to wait until the day of the event to register and that’s fine – we are ready to accept more,” said Michael Krouse, president and chief executive officer of the Greater Ontario Conventions & Visitors Bureau, the event sponsor, in a statement. “In fact, the more the merrier.”
To register a vehicle before Friday visit www.Route66CruisinReunion.com. To register the day of the event park in Lot A and go to Room 107 of the Ontario Convention Center.
The eighth annual Crusin’ Reunion is free of charge. Owners of registered will receive a T-Shirt, an official license plate, and a poster.