Drive Toward a Cure
Join Aaron Spaulding and Mike Thies of the Concours d’Elegance of Atlanta, and co-ambassador Bruce Piefke of Caffeine and Octane for a unique Atlanta event, benefiting the Parkinson’s Disease Comprehensive Care Clinic at Emory Udall Parkinson’s Disease Center (Atlanta), a Parkinson’s Foundation Center of Excellence.
Gathering November 1st during Atlanta’s monthly Caffeine & Octane at Perimeter Mall, located on the Northside of Atlanta in Dunwoody/Sandy Springs, our group will enjoy a safe and appropriate display of collector cars within a specially reserved Car Corral area throughout the morning, and at approximately 11:00am take part in a scenic tour of some of the finest roads to travel in the Alpharetta, Cummings, Oakwood and Gainesville areas, with a hosted lunch in Peachtree Corners as guests of Scott Pryor, a prominent local attorney, actor and movie producer.
The tour will stop at a prominent collector's garage and end up at the Lucky Dog Racing garage across from Road Atlanta! Lucky Dog is a remarkable place and we will meet one of GAs premier race car builders. Tour participants will receive lunch, a "Goody Bag" with a commemorative Dash Plaque, a 50% off coupon for a Certified Vehicle Appraisal, and some other surprises.
We’ll be driving for charity as part of the larger Rally Across America effort to raise funds for locally-based organizations nationwide – our event will support Drive Toward a Cure, a 501(c)(3) organization that has established an "Access to Care" program aligning with the Parkinson’s Foundation and six of their regional Centers of Excellence – including the Emory Udall Parkinson’s Disease Center.
The registration fee is a minimum $100 tax-deductible donation, with lunch provided by our sponsors. Participation is limited and will follow socially distanced guidelines. THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL!
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