Route 66 Cruisin' Reunion Unveils Event Route

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Thousands of Classic Cars and Fans will line historic Euclid Avenue, Sept. 20-22, according to Greater Ontario Convention and Visitors Bureau.

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This is truly going to be an event for the record books.

Route 66 Cruisin' Reunion® officials are pleased to announce today the cruise route details for the Sept. 20 -22 event. The inaugural event will include two convenient entry points to accommodate the several thousand participants and their classic cars and also a number of options for the tens of thousands of attendees that will descend upon historic Euclid Avenue for this three-day rally.

The Route 66 Cruisin' Reunion, free to the public, will feature three days of classic cars, cruising, contests, live entertainment, fabulous food and revelry to make it one of the nation’s most extended, long-play events of its kind. Vintage autos and car hobbyists will line Ontario’s tree-shaded Euclid Avenue.

The organizers have designed the cruise route to keep the classic cars flowing smoothly all weekend, offering the vehicles two locations to enter the cruise route: Cruisers traveling north can enter along Holt Boulevard and Lemon Street. Additionally, participants driving from the south can enter at Euclid Avenue and “I” Street. For those attendees and spectators looking to park close to the action and catch a piece of the nostalgic parade of the vintage cruisers, there will be plenty of parking outside of the official cruisin’ boundaries.

“Many classic car enthusiasts from around the country have been clamoring for more details on the Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion, and we are excited to announce today the route for what we know will become one of the West Coast’s premier Vintage Metal Roadshows,” stated Michael Krouse, president of the nonprofit Route 66 Reunion and President & CEO of the Greater Ontario Convention and Visitors Bureau. “The Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion will bring together the Inland Empire’s rich history of car shows in one of the historic areas of the City of Ontario, Euclid Avenue. And we will be announcing more exciting event elements in the upcoming month. This is truly going to be an event for the record books.”

Vehicles will be able to enter the cruise route from two locations: (1) Going north, the vehicle entry point will be at Holt Boulevard and Lemon Street. The cruise will go north on Lemon Street to “D” Street, west on “D” Street to Euclid Avenue, north on Euclid Avenue to “I” Street then loop around going south (2) Going south, the entry point will be at Euclid Avenue and "I" Street. The route will head south on Euclid Avenue to “D” Street, west on “D” Street to Palm Avenue, south on Palm Avenue to “B” Street, east on “B” Street to Laurel Avenue, north on Laurel Avenue to “C” Street, east on “C” Street to Euclid Avenue, south on Euclid Avenue to “B” Street, west on “B” Street to Lemon Avenue and continue again.

Visit http://www.Route66CruisinReunion.com, or follow us at http://www.facebook.com/Route66CruisinReunion, http://twitter.com/CruisinReunion, and http://www.youtube.com/cruisinreunion for information about becoming a sponsor, vendor or to register your vehicle for the rally.

About The Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion®:
The Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion®, created by the newly formed 501-(c)(3) Route 66 Reunion, is Southern California’s ultimate weekend celebration of America’s love affair with the automobile and its world-famous highway, Route 66. Three days of cruising, contests, live entertainment, fabulous food and revelry make it one of the nation’s most extended, long-playing events of its kind. Held annually each September along historic, tree-shaded Euclid Avenue in Ontario, California, the Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion is where classic cruisers, convertibles, hot rods, and wicked Woodies fuel a jam-packed jamboree. Visit http://www.Route66CruisinReunion.com for details.

About The Greater Ontario Convention and Visitors Bureau:
The Greater Ontario Convention and 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, CA. 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 and Visitors Bureau will provide the necessary destination support tools to execute a successful experience.

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