CHICAGO (March 16, 2005) - The first of its kind, The Chi-Town STA-BILKruze, is set for Saturday, June 4th, 2005. Owners of up to 2,000classic cars are expected to take part in a rare opportunity to cruisealong historic Lake Shore Drive. The participating cars will create aloop from Montrose to 31st Street as they drive alongside local trafficshowcasing their nostalgia. The cars will then gather after the cruiseat Soldier Field for an awesome Classic Car Show perfect for the entirefamily.
While the Kruze is free and open to all road-approved vehicles, there isa $20 registration fee to participate in the show at Soldier Field andit is limited to the first 750 "pre-1980" cars. The car show portion isopen to spectators for only $5 and children under 12 are free! Therewill be ample parking for both participants and spectators-please referto the website at www.chitownkruze.com for more information andregistration. The Kruze begins at 8am and lasts until 10am. The CarShow runs from 11am to 3pm.
The Chi-Town STA-BIL Kruze is pleased to be working with theirpresenting sponsor Gold Eagle, an innovative producer and marketer ofleading brands including STA-BIL(R) Fuel Stabilizer. STA-BIL keeps thefuel fresh in cars that are driven infrequently or that sit for extendedperiods of time so that the car will start easily when it comes out ofstorage. STA-BIL has been helping collectors for nearly 45 years and isespecially active in the Chicagoland market because of the amount ofcollector car enthusiasts who know first-hand about long Chicagowinters.
In addition to collector cars, STA-BIL is widely used in boats,tractors, motor homes, motorcycles and outdoor power equipment(lawnmowers, leaf blowers, string trimmers).
Gold Eagle Company was founded in Chicago more than 70 years ago andstill maintains its headquarters and manufacturing facility near MidwayAirport.
The event's official media partner is Chicago's favorite oldies radiostation 104.3 -WJMK.
"104.3 - WJMK is proud to be the official mediapartner of the inaugural Chi-Town STA-BIL Kruze, and plans to make theKruze the Chicago car enthusiast's high point of the year." - DaveRobbins, General Manager, 104.3 - WJMK.
The Chi-Town STA-BIL Kruze is owned and promoted by the Chi-Town KruzeOrganization and is a not-for-profit organization operating under a501(c)3. President of the International Mercury Owners Association,Jerry Robbin, founded it in 2004. The Chi-Town NFP consists of a numberof local business owners who hold a strong desire to share theircollective passion for automobiles with the people of Chicago. Theorganization has set its sights high with the anticipation of thisannual event growing each year.
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Public Relations (773) 353-2929