Self-proclaimed Toronto Blue Jays fan Gavin Strickland drove from his hometown in Syracuse, NY last weekend to attend Sunday night’s Metallica concert at the Rogers Centre. After the end of a memorable evening, Strickland couldn’t remember where he parked his car.
One thing is for sure, rock and roll will never die! pic.twitter.com/SIL9m3Xd9U
— Gavin Strickland (@gpstrickland31) July 17, 2017
Strickland reports that he parked his car in a parking garage that was about an $8 cab ride from the Rogers Centre. After coming out of the concert, he couldn’t find his vehicle. Being a resourceful teen in 2017, Strickland took to the internet to find his blue-green Nissan Versa Sedan. Thanks to the recruitment of Torontonians, Strickland’s car was found early this morning.
My car was found! And the story is so crazy it's on the news all over Canada. I've become famous over a lost car
— Gavin Strickland (@gpstrickland31) July 20, 2017
Feature photo courtesy Giovanni Variottinelli via Flickr.