Cerni Motors Holds Open House
Caption: Hundreds of guests attended Cerni's Open House
Caption: Just one of the many beautiful antique trucks at Cerni’s Open House.
Caption: The Cerni family.
Caption: Clint Freeman with a 1966 International Cub Cadet Model 102 lawn tractor with a rear tine tiller, one of 5 Clint has restored.
By Steve Pollock
YOUNGSTOWN, OH… Cerni Motors held an Open House as a celebration of their 50th year in business. The event, held at their Youngstown, Ohio dealership, was well attended, drawing over 400 people. There was food and refreshments for everyone, along with a band and vendors showcasing their products. Officials from both the Austintown and Warren Chambers of Commerce were on hand to present the Cerni Family with plaques of recognition for their 50 years of service.
The Geneva chapter of the American Truck Historical Society (ATHS) held their Annual Truck Show in conjunction with Cerni’s Open House. This proved to be very successful and both parties plan to turn this into an annual event. There were many beautiful vintage antique trucks of all makes, which can be viewed in an exclusive Movin’ Out photo gallery online at www.movinout.com. Also on display were several new LoneStar and ProStar tractors.