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Businesses on Hwy 97 from Ashcroft to Quesnel are welcome to provide deals and discounts for classic car enthusiasts to encourage them to visit your business from July 8 to 15. Those offers will be posted for free, here, and automatically e-mailed to car enthusiasts who have signed up for updates. What sort of deals? Well, accommodation, eateries, local retail shops and auto shops come to mind. If you are a business that wants to participate, click on “Let’s Make a Deal“.

Sunny Nature Getaway, Spences Bridge

Here’s a great overnight stop on your way to or from the Wildfire Cruise Rendezvous. This Historic Home Accommodation: Sunny Nature Getaway is a 1 bedroom guest house in Spences Bridge. It was an original James Tait writing cabin, stage coach stop and RR ticket office. Click here for more info and pics and to book via www.airbnb.ca  State in your booking request you are on the Wildfire Cruise and receive a 20% discount. Good parking. Pet friendly. Can accommodate 3 people but 1 or 2 people is more comfortable. Cafe up the street has great breakfasts and Pub is awesome atmosphere noon to 11pm.

 

Tasco Supplies, 100 Mile House, Williams Lake and Quesnel

Tasco Supplies is offering Wildfire Recovery Cruisers their wholesale pricing on all industrial supplies.

You will find them in in 100 Mile House at 300 Exeter Road on the west side of town,

in Williams Lake at 336 N. Mackenzie Avenue about 5 min. down the road from Stampede Park

and in Quesnel at 449 Legion Drive. In addition to automotive supplies at 100 Mile House, they provide welding supplies, fasteners, hydraulic and pneumatic products, tools by Makita, Dewalt, Rigid, Westward., Bessey and safety supplies. Show them your ride and ask for the special Wildfire Cruise discount! Click here to visit their web site.

Taylor Automotive Supplies, Williams Lake & Quesnel

Taylor Automotive Supplies Ltd. is making a generous offer to Wildfire Cruise participants, 25% off on automotive supplies in each of their 2 outlets!

 

Visit their store at 345 N. Mackenzie Avenue in Williams Lake, 5 min. away from the Stampede Park rendezvous picnic, and show them your ride to pick up your parts at a terrific discount.

 

Or if you are in Quesnel, visit them 1 block from Hwy. 97 at 449 Legion Drive and pick up some chrome for the sun to shine on.

Click here to visit their Facebook page for more info.

Circle ‘S’ Western Wear, Quesnel

 

 

Circle ‘S’ Western Wear offers Western Shirts, Jeans, Cowboys, Blundstones, Cowboy Hats, Leather Belts, Purses, and Wallets!! So much more than just western wear! Stop by and check us out! We’re in downtown Quesnel at 323 Reid Street, across the street from the main post office and near the TD bank. Click here to visit the Facebook page for pictures of their goods and goodies.

Collector Car Appreciation

Queen's CorgisQueen Elizabeth likes old cars. July is Collector Car Appreciation month according to the Queen. In fact, July 14 is Collector Car Appreciation Day. How sad. We missed Appreciation Day by a week when we scheduled the Rendezvous Picnic on July 7 at Stampede Park in Williams Lake. No matter, you are all invited anyways! Also, Collector Car Appreciation Day falls in with the 100 Mile Cruzers’  Hot July Nights show and shine. For more information about the important Government of British Columbia proclamation, click on 2018 CCAD Proclamation Doc for the words. You see, all of the Queen’s Corgis have passed away, so she is taking up new interests, classic cars.

 

Uni Tea Tea Room Cafe, Ashcroft

Travelling TCH Hwy 1 through the Fraser Canyon, day tripping out of Cache Ck. or coming west out of Logan Lake? Then consider visiting Aschroft’s UniTea Tea Room & Cafe at 210 Railway Ave.  It’s a a comfortable yet engaging licensed Cafe/Music Venue in Ashcroft to Eat Food, Drink & Buy Tea , Coffee – Beer & Wine! Come in for lunch – and enjoy 20 % off if you tell Nadine you are a Wildfire Cruise Participant and show her your ride! Click here to visit their Facebook page.

The Inn at Spences Bridge

 

First built in 1862, it is British Columbia’s oldest continuously operating inn. If you love your history and the old TCH Highway 1 byways, consider a stop at the Inn at Spences Bridge on the way to or returning from the Wildfire Recovery Cruise. Enjoy a continental breakfast with your stay and homemade muffins. Click here for their web site. Click here for their Facebook page. Call them directly at 1-877-354-1997 if you plan to stay and ask for your 20% Wildfire Recovery Cruise discount. They had a tough time last year with the roads cut off, so help them out this year if you can. While you are in town, visit the “Vulture Garage” and get a look at the classic old cars for sale and antiques!