Chi-Town Kruze Benefits Ronald McDonald House Charities

CHICAGO — Chicago’s largest outdoor car show and cruise, the Chi-Town STA-BIL Kruze & Car Show, will be held  May 31 to benefit the Ronald McDonald House charities.

    The two-fold event includes a cruise, which offers a rare opportunity for cars of all makes, models and vintages to tour around picturesque Grant and Millennium Parks between 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. The cruise route starts on Columbus near Buckingham Fountain. Thousands of spectators are expected to line the cruise route, which passed by many of Chicago’s most cherished attractions, including the Art Institute, Millennium Park and Grant Park.

    Cars are encouraged to make multiple loops before heading to the Soldier Field South Lot for the second part of the event, theNAPA Car Show, which begins immediately after the cruise. The show welcomes pre-1988 vehicles along Chicago’s lakefront in the Soldier Field South Lot.

    The 2008 Chi-Town STA-BIL Kruze will feature the Ford Mustang. All Mustangs built before 1988 and limited numbers of late-model Mustangs with unique styling or custom features are invited to participate.
Fore more information, go to http://chitownkruze.com or call 847.997.8624.

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