We are proud to announce
Kruise Kalispell is officially trademarked and registered as a nonprofit business. Kruise Kalispell shirts, stickers and cups will be sold with 100% of the proceeds going to local charities.
What started as an off-the-wall idea born of boredom has quickly turned into the talk of the town in Kalispell. The idea started small and quickly took on a life of its own.
“I threw the idea up on my Facebook page out of boredom one Sunday and Monte came to work the next day and was ready to get it going,” Reese said. “I sure didn’t see it growing this big, especially as fast as it has.”
Klindt, who said he had seen similar ideas online, quickly put together a Facebook group that Monday and then watched as the membership steadily grew.
“I thought to myself, that’s a great idea and a way to get outside and see your friends while still being safe and practicing social distancing. When Jeremy brought it up, I jumped on the idea,” Klindt said. “We both have cars and friends who have cars. We know it is kind of a ‘car culture’ around here, so we thought it would be a good time to do it, but we had no idea this many people would be interested in it.”