Classic Car and Bike Show returns to downtown Tecumseh starting May 16

Tecumseh’s 2013 Classic Car and Bike Show will kick off on Thursday, May 16, from 6-8 p.m. Cars and bikes will be on display in the United Bank and Trust Hickman Financial Center parking lot at 205 E. Chicago Blvd.The city is extending an ongoing invitation to local service organizations that might like to be a part of the events on the third Thursday of the month throughout the summer.“If members of service organizations would like to sell water or promote their groups, we invite them to come out and join us,” said Tecumseh City Manager Kevin Welch. “We can even provide a table and a couple chairs for them. All we ask is that we have some notice.” Interested group members may call Welch at 424.6555 to reserve a spot.Welch added that there would be no month-to-month commitment required.“If they want to come one month and not another, that’s okay, and if they don’t want to stay the whole time, that’s okay too,” he said. Promotional materials may also be given out during the event.Verizon is expected to bring a NASCAR show car display during the first event of the season. Special recognition awards are given to car owners following judging.This year’s Classic Car and Bike Shows are scheduled for June 20, July 18, Aug. 15, and Sept. 19. Music in the Park at Adams Park will be added to the event in the summer months.

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