Cruisin' the Coast

Jackson County

Here’s why Cruisin’ The Coast is suing an Ocean Springs gift shop

Cruisin’ The Coast, one of the largest classic car shows in the Southeast, is suing Ocean Springs gift shop Blessons on Washington Avenue. The lawsuit says the shop violated state and federal trademark laws by selling merchandise with the car show’s name. The lawsuit before U.S. District Judge Sul Ozerden seeks lost profits, damages and impound of the merchandise.

Text Alerts

Text Alerts

We'll send you text alerts when breaking news happens. Follow this link to our subscription page. Just type in your phone number and hit submit -- it's that easy.

Sign up for text alerts

Videos

He won a Mustang. Listen to his reaction

Listen as Kurt "K.O.T.O" Curtis calls Mark Zito to tell him he won this year's Cruisin' The Coast Make-A-Wish raffle car on Sunday, October 9, 2016. The car was a 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible.
Amanda McCoy Sun Herald
He won a Mustang. Listen to his reaction 1:30

He won a Mustang. Listen to his reaction

By the way:Bowzer from Sha Na Na is having a pool party at the Beau Rivage 1:42

By the way:Bowzer from Sha Na Na is having a pool party at the Beau Rivage

Jayden takes a special ride 1:27

Jayden takes a special ride

Birds of a feather flock to Long Beach Cruisin' the Coast parade 2:00

Birds of a feather flock to Long Beach Cruisin' the Coast parade