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The South Texas Mustang Club is hosting the 12th annual Mustang and Ford Spring Rally April 23 at the Tipton Ford Brownsville dealership in Brownsville.
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The South Texas Mustang Club is open to any Ford Mustang enthusiast in the Rio Grande Valley to communicate ideas, exchange information, and enjoy the hobby.
South Texas Mustang Club (STMC), a regional chapter of the Mustang Club of America is hosting the 12th annual Mustang and Ford Spring Rally from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 23, at the Tipton Ford Brownsville dealership in Brownsville.
Founded in 1994, it is the only organization of that kind in the RGV. According to the club’s website, the club provides a space for Ford Mustang enthusiasts in the Rio Grande Valley to communicate ideas, exchange information, and enjoy the hobby in a family-oriented environment: “STMC participate in car shows, picnics, club meetings, parades, and driving events, amongst numerous other activities.”
STMC is open to just about anyone who wants to join. Membership is not limited to Mustang owners. According to club policy, it is a “family-oriented group and encourages anyone with a love for the hobby to join.” The consumption or presence of alcoholic beverages is forbidden at any club events.
For new members, the initial fee is $25 and includes “T-shirt, windshield decal, and full access to the forum boards.” Membership fees on or after July 1 are $15 and membership renewal is $20. STMC meetings are held the first Saturday of each month at 7 p.m. The STMC also hosts multiple other popular events throughout the year. “A Winter Cruise to South Padre Island” is hosted in February, “A Summer Cruise to South Padre Island” in August, and the biggest Mustang car show in South Texas takes place in November.
For more information on how to join the club, contact Cesar Garcia, the STMC Secretary or visit the website at stmc.ws. For participants of the 12th annual Mustang & Ford Spring Rally contact STMC at 956.897 0117. Tipton Ford Brownsville is located on 3840 N. Expressway in Brownsville.
By Rolf Otto Niederstrasser