Area's Largest All-Mustang Show Takes Over Montrose Ford in Fairlawn

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Jack Roush Jr. Participates in Mustang Event at Nation’s 2nd Largest Roush Retailer

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The passion and enthusiasm of these Mustang owners for their cars and for the Ford Mustang brand is overwhelming.

Members of the Northeast Ohio Mustang Club converged on Montrose Ford in Fairlawn on Sunday, September 15th for the largest all-Mustang show in Northeast Ohio.

Over 225 Mustang owners participated in the show which was also attended by Jack Roush Jr., son of legendary Ford employee, founder and CEO of Roush Racing and Roush Enterprises. Montrose Ford in Fairlawn is the nation’s second largest retailer of the Roush lineup of Ford vehicles. Roush Jr. participated in the presentation of trophies to the event winners and posed for photographs with Roush enthusiasts.

“It is my privilege to be here to support you,” said Roush Jr. “We are grateful for the efforts at Montrose on our behalf.”

Sunday’s event marked the third consecutive year that Montrose Ford in Fairlawn has hosted the Northeast Ohio Mustang Clubs event.

“We want to thank Montrose Ford for making this event so successful,” said John Wanacheck, President of the Northeast Ohio Mustang Club. “Without the efforts of Chris Mills, Al Morse, and John Allensworth, along with Andy Ayoup of the Copley Fire Department, we couldn’t have had this success!”

The Mustang show took over much of the 5 acres on the Montrose property throughout the afternoon, and Montrose Ford Sales Manager Al Morse promised to provide room for an additional 50 vehicles for next years event.

“The passion and enthusiasm of these Mustang owners for their cars and for the Ford Mustang brand is overwhelming,” noted Chris Mills, General Manager of Montrose Ford. “To be able to host their annual event is an honor for us, and helps to generate a lot of excitement throughout our dealership.”

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