Ryan O’Day is a local restaurateur who helped plan the event. Growing up in the Detroit area, he used to attend the famed Woodward Dream Cruise, which served as an inspiration for Kicks on 66.
When there was a need, Gori’s first response was always, “No problem; let me know how I can help,” O’Day says.
That spirit helped fuel the group of friends to do what they could to give back to the community.
Kicks on 66 attracted some 300 cars for display as well as thousands of spectators and cruisers. It also generated significant economic activity for the local community, with jammed businesses on the day, and raised about $2,000 for the cause. And it drew local and out-of-town car dealers, who saw the event as an opportunity to connect with potential buyers.
“The automotive culture is based on enthusiasm and passion, and Ferrari owners are incredibly passionate,” said Joe Cauley, a co-owner of Cauley Ferrari of Detroit, in the suburb of West Bloomfield Township, Mich. He hauled three…
Source news autonews.com, click here to read the full news.