Chicago, IL - It's not too early to mark the calendar for The SecondAnnual Chi-Town STA-BIL Kruze taking place Saturday, June 3, 2006 inChicago, Illinois. Car collectors are encouraged to sign up toparticipate in the event whereas car enthusiasts are urged to save thedate to attend along with the entire family!
The Chi-Town STA-BIL Kruze and Car Show is a perfect way to kick offsummertime activities in the city of Chicago. The Chi-Town STA-BILKruze will include a classic car cruise and rally. First, the cruise isa rare opportunity for cars of all makes, models and vintage to cruiseup and down historic Lake Shore Drive from Wilson Avenue to 31st Street.The cruise route allows cars to parade past Buckingham Fountain infront of thousands of spectators showcasing their nostalgic vehicles.
Immediately following the cruise, pre 1981 cars will head to SoldierField along Chicago's beautiful lakefront to display their vehicles,socialize with friends and enjoy a variety of activities includingfamily entertainment, car clinics, fabulous food and collectablemerchandise displays.
The Chi-Town STA-BIL Kruze is delighted to announce their commitment toRonald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland and Northwest Indianaas its charity sponsor. One half of car show registration fees and 100%of the $5 admission fee for spectators will be donated to the charity.
* Saturday, June 3, 2006
* Lake Shore Drive Cruise 8am to 10am
* Car Show at Soldier Field South Parking Lot 10am to 3pm
* Cruise is free and open to any street legal vehicle
* Car show registration fee is $20
* Spectator admission to car show is $5
* 50% of car registration fee and 100% of spectator admission fees aredonated to Ronald McDonald House Charities
After one year of intense planning, the inaugural Chi-Town STA-BIL Kruze2005 was pleased to see more than 600 show cars, over 1,000 showspectators and countless Lake Shore Drive cruise participants who allmade the first Chi-Town STA-BIL Kruze a giant success last June. Allwho participated in the inaugural event are encouraged to participateagain next year and tell all their cruising friends to do the same.
Jerry Robbin, Founder of the International Mercury Owners Associationand the brains behind this unique event states, "Our mission is to bringa world-class automobile event to the City of Chicago that exposes thegeneral public to the collector car world, in one of the mostbeautiful and historic driving environments. I felt that Chicago was inneed of an event for both the auto enthusiast and the general publicalike."
While the cruise is free and open to all road-approved vehicles, thereis a $20 registration fee to participate in the car show and it islimited to the first 750 "pre-1981" cars. There is also a sectiondesignated for Tuner and Special Interest Cars. To register online orfor information on registering visit:www.chitownkruze.com or call (847) 997-8624.
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