Dennis Burnette takes a break and relaxes against his 1974 Dodge Dart Custom during the weekly Sylvan Lake Cruz Night.

Sylvan Lake Cruz Night

For the second season in a row Sylvan Lake Cruz Night is back with plans to be bigger and better than ever before.

For the second season in a row Sylvan Lake Cruz Night is back with plans to be bigger and better than ever before.

This year due to construction the event is being held in in the parking lot of No Frills.

Hosted by Adrenalin Motors and organized by owner, Tyson Czuy the local car lovers dream event is held every Wednesday evening from 6-9 p.m. seeing as many as 50 cars from across Central Alberta ranging from classics, imports,motorcycles and everything in between.

“We get many of the same people coming out each week which is great to see, but each week we are seeing new faces which is amazing,” said Czuy. “Whether you’re driving aVolkswagen van or that crazy sports car everyone appreciates it -people’s vehicles really are an extension of who they are.”

For Czuy, Cruz Night isn’t just about creating a community for car enthusiasts, it’s also about giving back to the community he lives and runs his business in which is why he also invites attendees to bring donations to the food bank and hosts a barbecue each week returning the proceeds to a local non charity on a monthly basis.

Czuy makes a special point of getting local businesses involved with sponsoring the door prizes and raffle prizes each week adding he hopes to get as many people in local businesses as possible through the event. He stated any business wishing to get involved should contact him directly.

This year the event also hosts a cruise each week beginning at 8:30 p.m. in which attendees start their engines and hit the strip.

Sylvan Lake Cruz Night invites you to follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sylvancruznight for weekly updates.

editor@sylvanlakenews.com

 

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