Frosty Queen Cruise Night revival a success

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WINGHAM – Foodland’s parking lot saw over 140 classic cars lined up to participate in the revival of the Frosty Queen Cruise Night, minus the “burnout competition” and the live entertainment.

In a social media post, Frosty Queen owner Paige Steep said, “What an amazing turnout. I think it’s safe to say our first cruise night was a huge success, and we will be planning more for next summer.

“I was blown away by the amount of people that came out. I think we counted 147 vehicles (and I’m sure we missed a few). It was so great to see everyone so happy and together again.

“I want to give a huge thank you to Bruce and Betty at Foodland! They’ve been so great to work with; without them, this wouldn’t [have] been possible.

“Also, a big thanks to the town crew for closing off the road for us.

“And of course, a huge thanks to my staff. They are all so amazing. I’m so lucky to have such a great group of girls that really do an amazing job.”

Frosty Queen held a 50-50 draw during the event, raising $302.50 for the North Huron Food Share program.

Cory Bilyea, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Wingham Advance Times