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19th Annual Heart Of The City Cruise-In

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  Original Published: 8/24/2014

Mansfield held its annual Heart of the City Cruise-In, an event that's currently in its 19th year. The event sees over 500 cars in Mansfield's streets every year and brings in people from all around Ohio to show off their cars. Downtown Mansfield Inc. helped put on the show and was able to display some of the work they had done on restoring the city.

"For us, it's really been a catalyst to show all of the revitalization activity," said Jamie Thompson, Co-Director of Downtown Mansfield Inc. "It gives us the opportunity to show off the progress we've made, and not only the small businesses in Mansfield, but all of the investments. It's just a really great family-friendly event."

This year's cruise-in had over 700 cars, from as close as Shelby to as far away as Cincinnati. Next year will be the 20th annual cruise-in, and big plans are in store for the anniversary.

   
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