Tour de Force backs The Hunger Coalition
The Sun Valley Tour de Force’s 2020 and 2021 road rallies will benefit The Hunger Coalition, the event’s organizer, Intrepid Events, announced on Tuesday.
Sun Valley Tour de Force Picks New Beneficiary
Sun Valley Tour de Force has selected The Hunger Coalition as its next beneficiary. Proceeds from the three-day event in July will be given to the Bellevue-based non-profit in 2020 and 2021.
Sun Valley Tour De Force Donates $100K To Idaho Basecamp
In just it's second year, Sun Valley Tour de Force, which took place July 25 - 27 this year, saw tremendous growth not only in attendance and sponsor support but also at it's signature Cars & Comedy fundraiser, the largest fundraising event of the weekend.
Tour de Force rolls out big donations
Sun Valley Tour de Force smashed the accelerator in its second year, donating some $100,000—more than six times its inaugural haul—to Idaho BaseCamp last week.
Students Benefit From Sun Valley Tour de Force
Sun Valley Tour de Force presented Idaho Basecamp with a donation valued at over $100,000.
Sun Valley Tour de Force Gifts Idaho BaseCamp
Sun Valley Tour de Force wrote Idaho Basecamp a $65,000 check this week to be used for the BaseCamp’s fifth-grade Outdoor Adventure Camps and its new South Valley after school program.
“Since we at The Drive are suckers for any chance to see fast cars hauling ass, we were more than happy to book a trip out to Idaho for a chance to see the assembly of Porsches, Ferraris, Corvettes, and even more exotic sheetmetal (hello, Singer Vehicle Design) try and see how high a speed each of them could achieve when given legal carte blanche and a tank full of racing fuel.”
“Imagine you are stopped by a policeman in your sports car on a smallish, two-lane back road just outside of Sun Valley, Idaho. Rather than scold you, though, the officer smiles and gives a ‘thumbs up.’ You respond by lighting up the tires and screaming up a hill into a wide left-hander at 140mph, cresting at 170, then plummeting back down the hill through a speed trap at over 200 mph.”