A press release I just got, lightly edited by me: The “Rally for the Cure” European Car Show and Poker Run races into Seminole Paradise at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Saturday, April 21 at 10 a.m.
The rally will begin at Watson Island and continue to Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino where more than 100 cars will participate in the car show to benefit Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation and Chris Evert Children’s Hospital.
Interested participants are encouraged to pre-register online before April 19 at 6 p.m. at http://floridabimmer.com/blogs/. The $20 registration fee for drivers will go toward having a Build-A-Bear donated to the hospitals’ children in the driver’s name and will secure a spot in the Poker Run to win cash and prizes.
After April 19, the registration fee will go directly toward a raffle to raise additional funds. Entrants will also be eligible for trophies in the categories of Best in Class - German - BMW/Audi and Best in Class - European - Porsche/Ferrari/Lamborghini.
“As a community, investing in children’s health care should be our top priority,” said Rick Azoy, president of the Florida Bimmer Auto Club that is organizing the “Rally for A Cure” event. “Florida Bimmer is trying to make a difference by investing in the health and happiness of our children. Charities have always been the driving heart of our club and we encourage all auto enthusiasts to participate and help us positively impact countless lives.”
Throughout the day, Florida Bimmer will provide entertainment and host a variety of raffles for cash and prizes. The “Rally for a Cure” European Car Show and Poker Run is sponsored by Morr Wheels, EuroWerks, Burger Tuning, and Megguire's.
Viewing of the cars is free to the general public. For more information about the “Rally for a Cure” special event, please contact Rick Azoy at Rick@floridabimmer.com .Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun