Avon Lake’s Annual Cruise-In to Take Place on June 15


  • Courtesy of the Cruise-In
Earlier today, DEI and the City of Avon Lake announced that their fourth annual Cruise-In will take place from 4 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 15 at Weiss Baseball Fields.

The free event will feature a large array of custom cars, trucks and motorcycles, vintage First Responder and military vehicles, race cars and the Bernie Moreno Exotic and Luxury Vehicle Row. There will be food trucks, concession stands and activities for kids of all ages. Proceeds from door prizes, a 50/50 raffle and T-shirt sales will benefit Valor Home of Lorain County, a transitional housing program for homeless male veterans.

“What began a few years back as a cruise-in on the grounds of our headquarters has grown exponentially,” says event organizer Steve Garrett in a press release. “We started this event to showcase our work in the automotive aftermarket while giving back to the community with a local fundraiser. Once our local community leaders became involved and suggested the larger more expansive Weiss Baseball Fields, we knew that this event would take off. We really enjoy how everyone lines up for the Cruise-in and there is something exciting and new each year. We are so glad to be a part of this community-wide effort to support Valor Home of Lorain County and the incredible work they do.”

Parking is free, and the planned rain date is Sunday, June 16.

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