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Cruisin' the Coast reaches 7,000 participants

Around 4:30 Friday afternoon, Cruisin' officials registered participant #7,000. (Photo source: Cruisin' the Coast/Facebook) Around 4:30 Friday afternoon, Cruisin' officials registered participant #7,000. (Photo source: Cruisin' the Coast/Facebook)
GULFPORT, MS (WLOX) -

Cruisin' The Coast 2013 is officially a record breaking year. Around 4:30 Friday afternoon, officials told us they hit the 7,000 mark for the number of registered cars. And more Cruisers are expected to arrive on the Coast Saturday.

At Cruise Central, organizers keep a map showing which states have the most participants. There are even a few visitors this year from as far away as Canada and Sweden.

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