Spud Software Goes Back to the Bricks

Spud Software Goes Back to the Bricks

Cruisin’ with Our Community
You don’t have to be a “car person” to enjoy the annual Back to the Bricks event in Flint, Michigan. With a growing crowd of nearly 500,000 people and 40,000 vehicles hitting the streets of Flint, it’s one of the biggest events in Genesee County each year.

This past week Spud Software was excited to be a part of the event by hosting a group of Jeep enthusiasts on their way to the Bricks.  Approximately 20 Jeeps assembled in the parking lot of our former headquarters before joining the rolling cruise.

Spud Software Goes Back to the Bricks

For car lovers, the five-day event is like being a kid in a candy store.  From a night at the drive-in to Tune Up Parties and rolling cruises, Back to the Bricks is fun for the whole family.  Among the thousands of vehicles seen on the streets of Flint were a 1927 Buick, a Ford Model T, a 1935 Chevrolet Master Deluxe and a 2014 3LT Corvette.

One of our clients sent in this image of a 1970’s Trans Am owned by James Graham, a chief marketing executive, who had it fitted with several custom options not available to the public.

Spud Software Goes Back to the Bricks

In addition to hosting the Jeep enthusiasts, Spud Software staff also enjoyed participating in cruise events and watching the classic cars on the route from Woodward Avenue to Saginaw Street in downtown Flint.

We are always happy to support our community’s efforts to draw people to the area and boost our local economy – especially if it means we get to see some classic cars in the process.