Fast Cars, Big Smiles and One Unforgettable Day

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The 10th Annual Rides to Remember Benefitting pediatric cancer patients reaches new milestone.

On June 6, 2015, more than 100 owners of exotic cars rallied together at Atlanta Motorsports Park (AMP) in Dawsonville, GA for the 10th Annual Rides to Remember benefitting children affected by pediatric cancer. Their mission was to give over 100 of these wonderful children unforgettable rides in their cars. We’re proud to say: Mission Accomplished!

The day began at Ferrari Maserati of Atlanta in Roswell where participants registered then joined the police-escorted caravan heading to AMP. Once at AMP, the kids were able to choose their favorite exotic car and take an exhilarating ride around the track. When they weren’t in a car, they enjoyed time with their families and volunteers while enjoying games, food and music. When all was said and done, a great time was had by all. And more importantly, over $50,000 was raised to benefit our charitable partners CURE Childhood Cancer, ARMHC and Camp Sunshine – a new Rides to Remember fundraising record.

“This annual event holds a very special place in the hearts of everyone in The Partnership family,” explained David Arnold, Founder and President of The Partnership. “We were honored to be asked by Ferrari Maserati of Atlanta to handle the event planning for the third year in a row. From recruiting drivers, celebrity appearances, sponsors and volunteers, to managing the set up, registration, entertainment, food, media support, photography, videography and event logistics, we were able to utilize our experience and expertise to help these deserving children forget about their health issues for a day. As for setting a new fundraising record, that was simply the icing on the cake.” 

We’d like to extend a very special thank you to Ferrari Maserati of Atlanta for allowing us to be part of such a special event. We’d also like to thank all the drivers, sponsors, donors and volunteers for making this the most successful Rides to Remember yet. That is, until next year’s…

Photos by Sherri Zeller Photos