Cruisin’ Pallooza Brings Back Memories of My First Car
I love Crusin’ Palloza for the excitement and energy that fills the air in Whitney Point. If you’re a car enthusiast as I am, this is one event you won’t want to miss. At last year’s Crusin,’ I met people that came from as far as Albany. It’s just a lot of fun.
With Crusin’ Pallozza days away, it makes me reminisce about your first car? It was a 1978 red Chevy Camaro. I would give anything to have this car as it’s a good memory of my Dad first showing me how to drive, taking my only driver’s test and being the first in my family to pass their test the first try, hanging with my friends, and driving back and forth to school, thinking I was the coolest teen at my high school.
Good memories. And what’s cool about Crusin’ Pallooza is you get a chance to hear memories from the people showing off their vehicles, the pain and money that went in to their investment and the joy it brings them.
The 13th annual Cruisin’ Pallooza Car Show and Bike event returns June 28 through 30 at the Broome County Fair Grounds in Whitney Point, NY. If this is your first time, expect a family-friendly event that includes 28 classes of cars, motorcycles, food, arts and crafts, live music every day, movies under the stars, contests and a whole lot more.
This event also helps to raise funds to feed the hungry in the Greater Binghamton area. Each year they raise money to help this worthy cause, and Crusin’ looks to outdo their previous efforts.