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Businesses on Hwy 97 from Ashcroft to Quesnel have offered deals and discounts for classic car enthusiasts to encourage them to visit their business from July 8 to 15. Those offers  What sort of deals? Well, accommodation, eateries, local retail shops, auto supplies and other deals. You can find deals offered in a community by clicking on the community name on the menu above. You can find deals offered by type by clicking on the category such as “food and dining” on the menu bar above. All deals are listed on this page, below.

Cariboo Escape, Quesnel

 

Cariboo Escape – what’s that? You and your friends in teams of 2 to 6 are locked into a theme room where you must find clues and figure out puzzles in order to escape! Great for an hour of fun! For more information, visit their web site at http://www.caribooescape.ca/  or their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/CaribooEscape/   A Special Offer for Cruisers – receive 20% off your Escape by using the promo code WILDFIRE when booking online! Find the Cariboo Escape in Quesnel at #104 – 1271 Hwy 97 North.

Chuck’s Auto Supply, 4th Annual Car Show, Williams Lake

Now here’s something special!  Chuck’s Auto Supply will be holding their 4th Annual Car Show Sunday July 8th, 2018 across the street (Mackenzie Ave. S) from the Stampede Grounds on the same day as the Wildfire Recovery Cruise picnic rendezvous. Chuck’s Auto writes, “This is a great opportunity for the community to get out and have some fun. We will have booths and displays set up from vendors such as Jet Tools and Rancho Suspension. The Williams Lake and District 4-H will have a PETTING ZOO set up, and Van Kam Freightways will be providing a BBQ with proceeds going to the 4-H. We look forward to seeing everybody here.”

So it’s a 2 for 1 special that Sunday! Drive in to Chuck’s or the Stampede Grounds and walk across the street to take in both events. Make it a day. And if you need something shiny for your wheels, Chuck’s Auto probably has it there for you.  Click here to visit Chuck’s Auto Supply Facebook page.

The Bear’s Paw Cafe, Wells

Special Offer Description: Wildfire Cruisers! Park your ride here for 15% off (excludes alcohol), at 12415 Barkerville Hwy, Wells, BC, on the road to Barkerville east of Quesnel on Hwy 26.

Click here to visit their Facebook page, with lots of great pictures of terrific foods. I’m just sorry that Wildfire Recovery Cruise week misses Tiki Tiki Tiki Tiki! Tiki Night! on June 5 and Happee Birthdea Harry Potter! on July 31!

Wind and the Pillows, B&B, 70 Mile House

 

Special Offer Description: Our ’70 GTO Judge Special Offer!

From July 8 – July 15, 2018 we will give 20% off of rooms/cabins on beautiful Green Lake available during that time. Reservations required and some restrictions may apply. 250-644-4242. Click here for the web site. Experience all of the hospitality and comfort of a Pioneer log home (Timber Kings) 10 km. east of 70 Mile House at beautiful emerald Green Lake BC, just off the N. Bonaparte Rd.

Logan Lake Video and Books

 

Special Offer Description: Shop on-line like normal, then at the check out pick “Pay at Retail Store” or “Pay in Person”. We’ll pull your order and prep it for pick-up. When you pick-up / pay 10% will come off you pretax total. If there is another sale running you get both deals! Click here for the web site.  Wildfire Cruisers! Show us your “sweet” ride and we’ll pay the tax on any fudge or popcorn you buy from our Sweet Spot.

You’ll find us at 61-111 Chartrand Ave. Logan Lake, BC  Wildfire Cruisers! Think about following the “road less travelled” on your way in or out of the Wildfire Recovery Cruise. Circle routes and byways are better than highways!

Tina writes, “Logan Lake was hit with the loss of tourism (in 2017) but we weren’t evacuated, so we don’t qualify for government help. I hope you are sharing this idea with other clubs. Even if they only stop for gas and meals it’s a big help to the local communities. In past years when the Harley ride comes through, the restaurant they stop at gets a huge boost, which in turn helps the town.”