About the C.V.C.A.

Cache Valley Cruising AssociationThe Cache Valley Cruising Association is a family oriented car club consisting of about 50 member families. Club members have skills and interests related to automotive hobbies, and a great desire to promote the sport of hot rodding through community and public service. While the Cruise-In is the primary activity of the CVCA, our members associate regularly through the year at weekly cruise nights, car shows, monthly club meetings, holiday and other activities.

The CVCA was organized in 1982 along with the first Cruise-In (known until 1990 as Logan’s Run). We incorporated in 1991 as a nonprofit organization governed by a set of bylaws that provide for a club president and board of directors. Our membership is made of member families that have a strong commitment to hosting a high quality cruise-In for the participants, spectators, and event sponsors. We really enjoy meeting fellow street rodders and make this event the most fun and best car show ever attended. We feel we have been very successful in our efforts as the public and community reception of our event has been terrific. Event sponsors provide substantial support though monetary and product donations, and the participants bring their outstanding and valuable vehicles to our show for all to see and enjoy. Many participants have said that our show is one of the most fun and most relaxed shows they have ever attended, with the best meals, entertainment, and activities. The CVCA members host the Cruise-In without pay or compensation except for a heartfelt thank you. Over the course of the Cruise-In each member typically donates about 40 hours of time.