Cruisers gather, reminisce about Woodward’s past


101_0111101_0119_2Cruise_nightThe 13th Annual Woodward Dream Cruise graced Detroit this weekend, and Garmin was there for all the action. The Cruise is the world’s largest one-day celebration of car culture and attracted some 1.2 million spectators, and more than 40,000 muscle cars, street rods, custom, collector and special interest vehicles. In celebration of the heydays of the ’50s and ’60s when Woodward Avenue became a part of Americana with places like Ted’s Drive-In, the Totem Pole and Big Chief Burger, the Cruise also celebrates the nostalgia of the era’s music and fashion alike. "The quintessential classic car is the 1957 Chevy Bel Air," said Michael Jordan of General Motors. "Everybody recognizes it as the classic of classics and here we are celebrating its 50th birthday."

Cruisers traveling the corner of Lincoln and Woodard were able to stop by and pull up a seat at the "Garmin Pit Stop," for a wonderful lunch and refreshments, and some good ‘ol fashioned GPS Q&A.

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