Manchester sees thousands obtain for Cruising Downtown Automobile Present

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Thousands gather for Manchester Rotary Club’s annual car show

Thousands of people gathered in downtown Manchester on Saturday for the Manchester Rotary Club’s Cruising Downtown Car Show.A wide variety of classic, antique, hot rod and specialty cars were showcased at the event, which also celebrated twenty years of the car show. “We tried to have it last year, but it got canceled because of Covid. So we figured we’d have a comeback stronger than ever,” said Brad Fournier, one of the organizers of Cruising Downton. “We have music, food and an incredible amount of cars. Probably a record amount of cars.” This year’s event was held in memory of Fournier’s father, Ron Fournier, one of the founders of Cruising Downtown. All of the proceeds raised from the event are being distributed to local programs that benefit youth and children.

Thousands of people gathered in downtown Manchester on Saturday for the Manchester Rotary Club’s Cruising Downtown Car Show.

A wide variety of classic, antique, hot rod and specialty cars were showcased at the event, which also celebrated twenty years of the car show.

“We tried to have it last year, but it got canceled because of Covid. So we figured we’d have a comeback stronger than ever,” said Brad Fournier, one of the organizers of Cruising Downton. “We have music, food and an incredible amount of cars. Probably a record amount of cars.”

This year’s event was held in memory of Fournier’s father, Ron Fournier, one of the founders of Cruising Downtown.

All of the proceeds raised from the event are being distributed to local programs that benefit youth and children.