Petoskey 2022

Tour Recap

On Sunday, we stopped at Lumberman’s Monument on our way to Jim Wernig Chevrolet in Gaylord.  This lunch stop featured five food trucks and many local spectators came out to see the cars.  Our group donated more than $2,000 to help Gaylord with recovery efforts in the aftermath of a recent tornado touch down.  Three optional stops were planned before the car event: City Elk Park, Mackinaw Trail Winery and a cruise through Independence Village, an assisted living center.  Another police escort took us downtown for the evening car event.  The daily Drivers Meeting at the conclusion of each car event is well attended for announcements and, more importantly, door prizes!  The daily prizes included Promo Tour caps, Interstate jump starters, Zabba car vacuums and SwiftJet foam sprayers.  A coveted gift is the 2×6 foot city banner containing this year’s Tour logo.


Tour Photos

Meet your City Captains

John and Terry Brancheau

John and Terry are husband and wife City Captains. They joined the Promo Tour several years ago and after their first Tour they were hooked! They enjoyed everything about the event and the new friends made so much, they wanted to be part of the Promo Tour Committee.
They feel that the Tour is a common interest they both share and enjoy. Being City Captains gives them more opportunities to learn and explore what a city and its surrounding areas offer tourists who visit.
The Back to the bricks Promo Tour also is a great time to meet new friends and continue spending time and making memories  with a wonderful group of dynamic and enthusiastic people who love cars.
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