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|Route 66 Car Club of Flagstaff - PO Box 30066 - Flagstaff, AZ 86003 - www.route66carclub.com
(CLICK ON UNDERLINED BLUE LINKS FOR SPECIFIC EVENT WEBSITE OR FLYER OR REGISTRATION FORM)
|The Flagstaff Cruisers' Car Club, Route 66 Car Club of Flagstaff and the Highland Rods
and Rides will be having four (4) or more Tri-Club events in 2017 (one each quarter) to
continue to encourage further camaraderie among the clubs and their car enthusiasts.
The first Tri-Club Event was a Breakfast Cruise
to Cameron Trading Post on March 11, 2017.
Great turnout with 50+ people and 30 cars and great food!!!
The second (originally unscheduled) Tri-Club Event was an Ice Cream Social Cruise
from 2-Bar-3 restaurant to the Galaxy Diner via downtown Flagstaff on May 7, 2017.
Great turnout with 40+ people and 28 cars and great food and great ice cream!!!!
The next Tri-Club Event was the "2ND ANNUAL CRUISE TO LULU BELLES BBQ" IN
ASHFORK on June 3, 2017. Great turnout with 30 cars running through Parks and Williams
ending at LULU BELLES BBQ in Ashfork to feed 45 hungry people!!
AUGUST 6 - SUN -- TRI-CLUB ICE CREAM SOCIAL CRUISE
(LEAVE DOME @ 3:30 PM TO 2-BAR-3 RESTAURANT) (click HERE for FLYER)
AUGUST 19 - SAT -- LONG VALLEY PRIME RIB CRUISE (click HERE for FLYER)
SEPTEMBER 16 - SAT -- TRI-CLUB POKER RUN
|Friday Nights Every Week 5-7pm (Weather Permitting)
Crown Railroad Cafe on East Rt. 66
Freddy's on Beulah Blvd.
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want their cars shown.
|SUPPORT THE FUTURE OF OUR ROUTE 66
WRITE A LETTER CAMPAIGN
There are currently two Bills in the U.S. House of Representatives dealing with the future
of Route 66. (click HERE for more info)
As members of the Route 66 Car Club of Flagstaff, and residents of Coconino County in
northern Arizona, we should write to our Congressional Representatives in support of
these bills because of the important roles Route 66 has played in the history of our city,
county and state (not to mention our Car Club); because of the significant economic
driver Route 66 is today bringing tourists from the world over to our city; for the fun, the
romance and the history of early transcontinental highway travel.