ROUSH Performance™ welcomed the Mustang Owners Club of South Eastern Michigan (MOCSEM) General Meeting to ROUSH Performance Speed Shop. This general meeting brought out over 250 members on July 10, 2012 for an evening of events. ROUSH Performance wants to thank all the attendees for a great turnout. The ROUSH Performance Speed Shop was happy to host this event and looks forward to hosting other events throughout the year. If interested in having an event please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800.59.ROUSH.
MOCSEM: The Mustang Owners Club of Southeastern Michigan, formed in November 1975, is a group of individuals who find the Ford Mustang one of the most stylish and attractive domestic sports cars available. Whether it be the 1964 1/2 Trendsetters, ’69 through ’71 Bosses, the Mustang II circa 1974, the ’79 pace setters, the ’83s which sparked the rebirth of America’s love affair with the convertible, the ’85-’90 aerodynamic speed machines, or the ’99 GT, we love them all!
Most of the club members own one or more Mustangs in varying body styles and model years. Club members exchange information, provide sources for parts, literature, and hints on maintaining their Mustangs. Ownership of a Mustang is not a requirement for membership. Club members come from varying backgrounds, but all share a great appreciation for the Ford Mustang. The general membership meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month. A monthly newsletter, The Accelerator, which reports on club activities and articles on the Mustang is published for all members. Activities sponsored by the club have included car shows, picnics, sporting events, cruise nights, and technical sessions covering various aspects of the Mustang.
Each year MOCSEM hosts two major fund raising events: the Spring Swap and Sell typically held at the end of March at Village Ford in Dearborn and the Mustang Memories car show held in early August at Ford World Headquarters. Proceeds from these and other activities throughout the year enable MOCSEM to donate thousands of dollars to various local and national charities