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Five Pre-Cruise Car Shows scheduled the week prior the cruise.

CLINTON TOWNSHIP, MI-- Starting on Monday, August 1, Clinton Township will kickoff a week of cruising the township at five Pre-Cruise Car Shows all in anticipation of the 14th Annual Clinton Township Gratiot Cruise taking place Sunday, August 7, 2016. Cruisers can show off their classics at a different location each day at a fabulous Pre-Cruise CAR SHOW with prizes, entertainment, and more.

Looking to bring more excitement to Clinton Township residents about the Cruise, the committee began having Pre-...

Clinton Township resident and publisher of Cruis’ news Magazine honored at this year’s cruise

CLINTON TOWNSHIP, MI. – Clinton Township Gratiot Cruise committee members are excited to announce Dana DeCoster as the 2016 Grand Marshal of the Clinton Township Gratiot Cruise taking place Sunday, August 7, 2016.

Being in a classic car at a cruise is old hat for Dana DeCoster. This year’s Grand Marshal is a new resident to Clinton Township but grew up just over the border in Sterling Heights. DeCoster is one cruiser that is known throughout the state. As publisher of Cruis’...

CLINTON TOWNSHIP – This year the Clinton Township Gratiot Cruise will celebrate 14 years of cruising Gratiot. The cruise has grown each year, attracting more and more attendees with estimates this year of more than 225,000 people and thousands of classic cars.

Here is the Cruise Day Itinerary for Main Events.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 2016
8 a.m. Cruise Car Show Registration Opens, Meijer Cruise HQ (16 Mile & Gratiot southeast corner)
10 a.m. Moran Kid Zone opens at Meijer Cruise HQ

10:45 a.m. Opening Ceremony, Meijer Cruise HQ
- Welcome with Bob Cannon...

Biggest and Best Event in Macomb County expects well over 225,000

CLINTON TOWNSHIP, MI. – Voted the Best Big Event in Macomb County, this year’s Clinton Township Gratiot Cruise anticipates large crowds and thousands of classics. So join in on the fun as Clinton Township shows off its love for classic cars, promotes local businesses, and encourages a sense of community by welcoming all to this family-fun event.

More than 225,000 people and thousands of classic cars are expected to line up Gratiot Avenue from 14 mile to Wellington Crescent, north of Metropolitan...