About Us

The Texas Dream Cruise is gearing up to become the largest one day car show and cruise event held annually in the southwest. Including Trucks and Motorcycles! Inspired by several of the other larger charity/nonprofit car shows held in other states, our debut was Saturday June 29, 2013 with its distinctive southwestern at FC Dallas Stadium (Now called Toyota Stadium) along with a marked Mini and Mega Cruise route through the nearby streets of Frisco, Texas. It will showcase thousand(s) cars and host tens of thousands of interested spectators. This event welcomes all classics, currents, coupes, convertibles and customs. Including "daily drivers" and "incomplete project" cars/trucks/bikes! If it has wheels, it's time to DUST IT OFF...and SHOW IT OFF!!!

Designed around meeting the needs of four groups of car and bike enthusiasts. First, as an annual "meetup" for hundreds of car and bike clubs from Texas and the surrounding states. Second, as an opportunity for the individual car and bike enthusiast who may not belong to a car, or bike club to display and drive that unused car, or bike stored in the garage. Third, as a free fun family event for car and bike lovers to "see and hear" these amazing cars rides. And finally, as a charitable event to provide needed funds for the Boys and Girls Club and the North Texas Military Association.

Truly an inclusive event, whether you belong to a car, or bike, club or not – and regardless if your car, or bike is in pristine condition, a daily driver showing some "wear and tear", or a work in progress – cars and bikes of all varieties will be grouped in the many parking lots surrounding Toyota Stadium. (A car, or bike club may decide to reserve a contiguous display area for their mixed class members.) The general public can park for free and wander through our lots or sit in lawn chairs or on blankets along the cruise route. It's one thing to view a parked collector's car or bike – but it's a whole other experience to "see and hear" a cool car or bike drive by!

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Rob Mashigian


Rob Mashigian is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Texas Dream Cruise. Born and raised in the suburbs of Detroit, MI (16 Mile and Woodward), he became a resident of Frisco in 1996. Being from the “Motor City” and having a father that worked for GM forty-one years, and home of the Woodward Dream Cruise makes it obvious to understand where his passion and appreciation for cars originated. Rob earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Oakland University. He brings extensive leadership experience driving sales, operations, and culture turn around for as many as 18 multi-million dollar locations in a once fortune 500 organization. His dream is to bring the thrill of the Dream Cruise to all walks of life in the South West U.S. while supporting select charity organizations. He and his wife Angela have 3 children (5, 7, 9) the youngest a boy. While spending most of his free time supporting his children in sports activities he still manages to play Ice Hockey once a week for the Beavers. Rob owned a 1968 GTO with a Hurst Dual Gate Slap Stick Shifter and currently has a 1997 30th Anniversary Z28 (Super Charged w/ Nitrous). He sees himself in a 60’s Corvette or late model Ferrari in the near future!

Rick Fletcher


Rick Fletcher is a co-founder of Texas Dream Cruise, a native Texan and a resident of Frisco since 1998. Active as a volunteer in the community and serving on many charitable boards, he brings years of leadership, organizational planning, marketing and fundraising skills to our team. Rick has served recently in such roles as chair of the Frisco downtown advisory board, as a Frisco planning and zoning commissioner, a Heritage board member – where he is spearheading a project to build a replica of the city’s 1912 jail, a lector and usher with his church, and as chair of Friends of Scouting where he and other fellow Eagle Scouts raise needed funds for the Boy Scouts of America. A graduate of Stephen F. Austin, Rick founded HRchitect and is the youngest recipient of a lifetime achievement award in his profession, and his firm has received multiple honors such as Frisco and Collin County businesses of the year. He and his wife Janey have two college age children and spend almost every weekend in the Fall traveling and rooting for the Oklahoma State Cowboys football team. Rick has restored and owned a 1969 Lemans convertible and a 1973 Opel GT. He currently drives a Lexus SC430 but is looking for that next muscle car to buy – he’s hoping to find the perfect one on June 29th!

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