JAMESTOWN, NY (WNY News Now) – An annual display of classic cars across downtown Jamestown returns this Friday for the 30th year.
Patrons can view the hundreds of different desirable vehicles in downtown Jamestown in addition to music, vendors, and a slew of local businesses.
In previous years complaints have arisen over “burn outs” from the show cars, however those with the Chamber of Commerce tell us that they have spoken to registered show car owners about the complaints.
New this year, the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s department will be in attendance with an amish buggy, giving information about drivers safety.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the car show, a huge accomplishment for those involved.
“I’ve only been running it for a couple years, and then the chamber has ran it prior to that,“ explained Carrie Swanson, Community Coordinator for Jamestown for the Chamber of Commerce. “It’s a great event, it brings tons of people downtown, people look forward to it every year. We’ve got some great music going on, there’s going to be food from the restaurants that are already downtown, as well as we’re bringing in a few extras this year. It’s an exciting time.”
The Cruise-In will take place this Friday in downtown Jamestown from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. the public is urged to attend.