Vehicle Registration Now Open for Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion

The first 700 approved to sign up are guaranteed parking on Euclid Avenue, and registration is limited to just 2,000 cars, the Greater Ontario CVB announced.

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Southern California grew from its rich love affair with the automobile. People from all over the nation made the trek here last year to celebrate the Cruisin’ Reunion.

Ontario, CA (PRWEB) March 03, 2014

Classic car owners are revved up for this year’s Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion, which began registering vehicles today in a race for spots along historic Euclid Avenue, the Greater Ontario CVB announced.

Online registration is now available at http://www.Route66CruisinReunion.com or in person at the Ontario Convention Center, 2000 E. Convention Center Way in Ontario. The first 700 approved vehicles to sign up will be guaranteed an unreserved spot along Euclid Avenue, and total vehicle registration is being capped at 2,000 cars for the popular Sept. 19-21 event, which last year drew nearly 140,000 people.

Participants are encouraged to act quickly. Pre-registration for the entire weekend is $50 from now through Aug. 31. Onsite registration will take place Sept. 19-20 at $60 for the weekend, or $40 for Sunday only (subject to availability). A photo of the vehicle and current DMV registration is required for each entry. There will be no reserved parking along Euclid Avenue, but those who qualify for a space will be guaranteed a spot.

For more information, visit http://www.Route66CruisinReunion.com or call 800-867-8366 or 909-891-1151.

The 2014 show will be a full-throttle affair, fueling the weekend of Sept. 19-21 with hundreds of classic and muscle cars, contests, cruisin’ and rocking revelry along historic Euclid Avenue. The Cruisin’ Reunion is one of the most extended, long-play events of its kind in the nation. The 2013 show was jam-packed with more than 800 classic cars, drawing an impressive 139,000 people in its first year. This year’s festival will bring in even more.

“Southern California grew from its rich love affair with the automobile,” said Michael Krouse, President and CEO of the Greater Ontario Convention and Visitors Bureau. “People from all over the nation made the trek here last year to celebrate the Cruisin’ Reunion. Some even followed Route 66 to get here.”

About the Greater Ontario Convention and Visitors Bureau

The Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau provides groups and meeting professionals with an unbiased, comprehensive resource when booking a tour, convention, meeting or event within the cities of Ontario and Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Ideal for both leisure and business travel, the region boasts scenic mountains, deserts, vineyards and metropolitan areas that are both historic and cosmopolitan in character. For meeting needs of all sizes – from a conference room to a citywide convention utilizing the Ontario Convention Center – or for a special exposition or sporting event, the Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau will provide the necessary destination support tools to execute a successful experience. Visit http://www.discoverontariocalifornia.org.


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