Six hundred newcomers register for Cruisin’ the Coast

It may be months away, but registration is revving up for this year’s Cruisin’ the Coast.
Executive Director Woody Bailey tells News 25 at the end of June, Cruisin’ holds 4,093 vehicles which is 242 ahead of last year. Thirty-eight states are registered so far plus Canada and Puerto Rico.
Over 600 of the registered Cruisers are first timers which is great news for the Cruisin’ organizers. It goes to show their hard work year round is paying off. “This is our 21st year. I’m already thinking about our 25th year which will be a pretty major milestone for us. We worked on it constantly and you know, we’re less than 90 days out. So far as I’m concerned, Cruisin’ is here for me because of all the things we have to do to put it all together,” said Bailey.
Early registration costs $60 and must be postmarked by August 15th. You can head to for more information.

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