Rally Team Races For A Good Cause

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What better way to raise money for charity than rallying? Rally Team for Dreams is taking this unconventional fundraising approach to this year's Rally Mexico, a place where the unconventional is common.

Andrew Frick and Ryan Scott are planning to take on the WRC Corona Rally Mexico (of former $500 Rally Car Fame) in March to raise money for Camp Sunrise, a charity that helps HIV/Aids infected children. Five dollars will get you a 1"X1" square on the pair's 2001 Ford Focus ZX3 to which you can add any image you desire. In the words of the Rally Team for Dreams "this little blue car is racing in the name of underdogs everywhere". In order to compete in the Rally the pair needs to sell a minimum of 6000 squares.


The Rally Team for Dreams hopes to sell at least 10,000 squares on the car. All money collected will be used for preparation and travel to the WRC Corona Rally Mexico and funding Camp Sunrise and its programs. Don't let the team's good intentions make you think they aren't competitive. Frick and Scott are 3-0 so far racing against Ken Block. According to their website, the pair has clear intentions to continue that streak with a WRC Corona Rally Mexico victory in March.

[Rally Team for Dreams]

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Spiegel - ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ - Hopes to post on oppos!

5 bucks that I would've used for Wendy's.

Instead I used them to donate to a good cause and have a square that says "I shaved my balls for this?"

I hope it works.