2018-06-14 / Scene

Back to the Brick promo tour



Back to the Bricks began their annual Promo Tour last Friday in Davison, with hundreds of participants showing up for the six-day tour, which left Davison on June 8 and had overnight stops in Mt. Pleasant, Gaylord, Petoskey, St. Ignace, and East Tawas. 
Photos by Alex Petrie Back to the Bricks began their annual Promo Tour last Friday in Davison, with hundreds of participants showing up for the six-day tour, which left Davison on June 8 and had overnight stops in Mt. Pleasant, Gaylord, Petoskey, St. Ignace, and East Tawas. Photos by Alex Petrie

Al Hatch, the founder of Back to the Bricks, welcomed hundreds of classic car enthusiasts to St. John Catholic Church in Davison on Friday, offering breakfast and instructions before the six-day Promo Tour. Al Hatch, the founder of Back to the Bricks, welcomed hundreds of classic car enthusiasts to St. John Catholic Church in Davison on Friday, offering breakfast and instructions before the six-day Promo Tour.

From left, Barbara Worden, Gayle Mayer, Mary Ann Voorhies and Erna Hogan donned matching hats in honor of the annual Back to the Bricks Promo Tour. From left, Barbara Worden, Gayle Mayer, Mary Ann Voorhies and Erna Hogan donned matching hats in honor of the annual Back to the Bricks Promo Tour.

Brothers Ken and Bruce Dunton have been part of Back to the Bricks since its inception, taking part in the annual Promo Tour. Ken, of Caro, brought out his 1956 Chevy 210, while Bruce drove his 1956 Bel Air. Brothers Ken and Bruce Dunton have been part of Back to the Bricks since its inception, taking part in the annual Promo Tour. Ken, of Caro, brought out his 1956 Chevy 210, while Bruce drove his 1956 Bel Air.

Bob and Sue Gerds, of Millington, posed for a photo in front of their 1978 Corvette before heading out on the “Mighty Mac and Back” Promo Tour, which will wind through the lower peninsula up to St. Ignace. Bob and Sue Gerds, of Millington, posed for a photo in front of their 1978 Corvette before heading out on the “Mighty Mac and Back” Promo Tour, which will wind through the lower peninsula up to St. Ignace.

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