M.K.Q and Brandon Ring are teaming with Newport Beach and Las Vegas friends and business allies, Jan Cilliers, Edgar Garcia and Ty London to raise funds for SendAMessageToTheTroops.com during this year's 2013 Modball Rally.
“We decided it would be fun to put our efforts and energy into something that we all love, a passion for cars, and enter the Bullrun Rally, allowing us the opportunity to give back to a much-needed cause at the same time”, says Brandon Ring of Las Vegas.
During initial planning discussions to enter Modball Rally, the desire to support a worthy cause came up. The friends agreed that Send A Message To The Troops http://www.sendamessagetothetroops.com was a most worthy recipient. Send a Message to the Troops runs a number of very important programs that support our troops and families of those who have been wounded in combat. The programs are designed to enable our wounded veterans to transition from the most serious and debilitating injuries to a useful and productive life.
When told of M.K.Q and Edgars desire to participate in the 2013 Modball Rally, a 4-day, 2,000 mile rally beginning in Los Angeles, CA and finishing in Las Vegas, NV, http://www.sendamessagetothetroops.com offered to sponsor the entry. Driving a Lamborghini Gallardo coupe,.
Look for the Send a Message to the Troops sticker on the car, “driving in the Modball Rally was a dream for us, but supporting . Send a Message to the Troops gives it a whole new dimension and puts purpose behind our passion to participate.” Says Ring
The team has enlisted several companies and individuals to support their 2,000 mile north to south run across North America by pledging $1.00-$3.00 per mile driven, however, donations of any size are welcomed. Several have responded, and at this time of writing, They expect to raise more than $50,000. “We would like to get closer to $100,000 and will press on our friends and associates to make that a reality”, MKQ says.
Jan Cilliers desire is to express his gratitude for the sacrifice that our armed forces veterans so willingly make. “There's no way that we can repay our combat veterans, but we can work to see that they and their families have all the support they need to overcome the challenges they encounter. Our dream would be to enter five cars next year and raise even more money for such a worthy cause”.