HOUSTON, Texas – When Ford Performance takes its Club Outreach program on the road, the journey is just as important as the destination. That’s why beyond traveling to an event to provide on-site support for a club show, we often make stops along the way to visit with other Ford clubs and enthusiasts as well. And that’s exactly what we did after conducting a Ford Performance Meet & Greet and serving as the event banquet keynote speaker at the Lone Star Mustang MCA National show that took place March 16-18 in McAllen, Texas.
On the way back from our show support for our friends in the South Texas Mustang Club. In McAllen, we decided to stop in for a visit during a monthly membership meeting of the Mustang Club of Houston. We asked club president Roy Duke if we could have some time during the club meeting to make an informal presentation about how Ford Performance wants to build an official connection with all of the Ford clubs. After he welcomed our attendance, we arrived at the meeting hall inside of the
CAPS Center for Animal Protection in Houston, Texas, on Sunday, March 18, in time to set up our projector for the meeting’s 2 p.m. start.
Our presentation went great, the time flew by and we talked Mustangs until everybody got hungry. Many of the club members in attendance had planned to take a cruise to a local Freddy’s Steakburgers to have a post-meeting dinner, and they invited us to attend. It sounded like fun – and better still, we heard that the restaurant hosts a mini car show in its parking lot on Sunday afternoons, and we thought it’d be cool to see the club’s Mustangs make a statement there. So we hopped into the Ford Performance Transit and followed the Mustangs to Freddy’s.
Before going inside to order a burger and fries, we got out our camera to take some shots of the Mustangs that graced the parking lot. Our thanks to Mustang Club of Houston president Roy Duke for the invite, and to all of the club members who brought their Mustangs so that we could feature some of them in our photo gallery below:
FORD PERFORMANCE PHOTOS / COURTESY JOHN CLOR