Spread Eagle Tavern Brunch presented by Fred Martin Mercedes-Benz

Spread-eagle-2013-57Join us on Sunday, July 27th, for our fun annual caravan to the Spread Eagle Tavern.  This is typically one of our best-attended events and has been marked as a can’t miss event on many section members’ calendars. We will convoy to or meet at the Spread Eagle Tavern in the historic canal town of Hanoverton, Ohio.  The Tavern is more than 150 years old and is located in a historic district of similarly aged buildings.The display of shiny Mercedes-Benz automobiles driven to the event by our members makes a beautiful sight parked among the brick and clapboard ancient buildings on tree shaded lanes.  Don’t forget your camera!

Meet us at 9:30 AM at the Home Depot parking lot in Streetsboro (1/2 mile east of Turnpike exit 187) to join our caravan to the tavern or drive directly to the Spread Eagle Tavern (10150 Plymouth St., Hanoverton, OH 44423). The caravan will leave promptly at 9:45!!

The group will arrive by 11:00 am and have a chance to explore the area, learn about the historical importance of the Spread Eagle Tavern, and of course, socialize and admire each others’ cars.  Lunch will begin at 11:45 with  several new menu choices available to choose from.  After lunch, we will make a short drive to the home of Frank and Mary Alice Cozza for an impromptu car show, door prizes, member recognition, fun on nearby Guilford Lake, and of course, an ice cream social.

Spread-eagle-2013-01Fred Martin Mercedes-Benz will bring some of the newest offerings of our favorite marque for your review.   Our thanks to Fred Martin and his team for their continued generous sponsorship of this most popular event.

The cost for this event is $25 per person including brunch and the ice cream social at the Cozzas.  To make your reservation, print and mail the form below or register online here to pay by PayPal or credit card.  Contact the Cozzas with questions at 330-222-1106 or fcozza@neo.rr.com

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