Where do I register?
Answer: You don’t
have to register. The entire event is ‘free’
to all show car owners.
Where does the ‘Rolling Cruise’
Answer: The ‘Rolling
Cruise’ is an ‘at will’
cruise, meaning you can start at any point
on the 13-mile route and at anytime during
the cruise which officially begins at
5PM in the evening on Wednesday and Thursday
evenings of the week of the event.
Where can I get hotel reservation information?
Answer: You can call
Flint-Genesee Regional Convention & Visitors Bureau at
(810) 600-1404 for assistance.
Who do I call about being a food vendor?
Answer: Call John Root
Question: I would like to become a sponsor for the
‘Back to the Bricks’. Who
do I contact?
Answer: Contact Al Hatch
Question: I would like be a vendor at the 'Marketplace’.
Who do I contact?
Carol McDonough at 1-810-736-4985
Question: We have a car club and would like reserve
parking for our members. Who do I contact?
Answer: Call Linda Walters at 810-516-7782
Question: Where do I enter the show area?
Answer: There are essentially
four entry points; Saginaw and Court Street,
Beach and Court Streets, Harrison and
Court Streets and Saginaw and 5th Avenue.
All entry points will be clearly marked
‘ Show Cars Only’. Just look
for the signs.
Question: Can I leave my car overnight in the show
Answer: No cars will
be permitted to be left overnight in the
show area. If a car is left in the show
area overnight, it will be towed and the
owner will be responsible for towing and
Question: I will be bringing my car on a trailer.
Where can I leave my car trailer?
Answer: You can leave
your trailer at the U of M’s ‘White
lot’ which is located at the corner
of Saginaw and 5th Avenue or at the parking
lot of the Whiting Auditorium which is
located on the north side of the auditorium
which is just east of I-475 on Robert
Question: I am a member of a charity organization.
Can we be a vendor at ‘Back to the
Answer: At this time,
all vendors are commercial entities. Our
mission is to promote business for the
local economy and due to limited area,
charity organizations are not permitted
to vend or conduct fund raisers for their
organizations at ‘Back to the Bricks’
or related activities. The only exception
to this rule is the local churches that
are located either on the ‘Rolling
Cruise’ route or in downtown Flint.
Do you have to be a member of a car club
to park in downtown Flint on Friday evening
Answer: No. Saginaw Street
is held open for open parking with the
exception of two areas which is on the
west side of Saginaw Street across from
the 'flat lot' and in front of the University
of Michigan Student Pavillion. These two
areas are reserved for our sponsors who
generously provide us with funds to keep
this event free for all. The rest of Saginaw
Street from Court St. to 5th Avenue is
open parking. Over flow parking is accommodated
on Harrison Street and Beach Street which
are one block east or west of Saginaw
Street. Cross streets that run east and
west of Saginaw Street are reserved for
car club parking.