On Wednesday, August 14, 2019, the ROLLING CRUISE will begin with a ribbon cutting ceremony on the picturesque grounds of the Mott Estate, thanks to Kristin Longley, Director of Communications, and her staff at "Applewood." Collector cars are invited to line up in front of the mansion on a first-come, first-served basis. Our Grand Marshall this year is Cheryl Sclater, Public Relations Manager for ELGA Credit Union, one of the biggest promoters of "everything Flint & Genesee County." Following the ribbon-cutting ceremony, the parade route will stretch from the historic "red bricks" of Saginaw Street in Downtown Flint through Burton and Grand Blanc Township to the City of Grand Blanc, as thousands line the streets to see classic cars and vehicles of every description. Car buffs will have another opportunity to watch or participate in the 2nd Day of the Rolling Cruise on Thursday, August 15th. REMINDER: Burn-outs and alcohol are strictly prohibited during the Rolling Cruises. The Mega Site at Saginaw & Hemphill will have a DJ, sponsor displays, automotive and food vendors, and Back to the Bricks® merchandise. Local bands will perform at the North Mega Site on the corner of Saginaw & Fifth Avenue. Car enthusiasts will be able to share stories, and purchase automotive parts and accessories at the SWAP MEET in Grand Blanc.