Shitbox Rally, Raising Funds For the Fight Against Cancer
Brendon Munn and Andrew Blanch are Team Panda!
Rhino Linings is proud to be sponsoring Brendon Munn and Andrew Blanch who are set to take on the perilous outback in this year’s Shitbox Rally, Australia’s largest independently run fundraiser for Cancer Council.
Kicking off in Mackay on May 7, 2016 the team have set their sights on the challenge ahead as they travel to Tasmania. Joining 400 other participants, Brendon and Andrew will attempt to drive a car worth less than $1,000 across some of Australia’s most arduous roads, taking on the largest Shitbox Rally water crossing to date – all to raise much needed funds for cancer research.
Travelling from tropical Queensland to Tasmania’s wilderness, the guys will be weaving their way through Eastern Australia where fancy dress is the norm, strangers are friends and duct tape, cable ties and chewing gum ensure your car makes it across the finish line.
This year, Shitbox Rally is aiming to raise $1.4 million in the fight against cancer.
If your business is interested in sponsoring Team Panda please contact the guys via email firstname.lastname@example.org
To donate to Team Panda, visit their page at: https://shitboxrallyau-2016.everydayhero.com/au/team-panda
ABOUT BOX RALLIES
Shitbox Rally is not a race but rather a challenge to achieve the unthinkable: to drive cars worth $1,000 or less across Australia via some of its most arduous roads – all to raise money for cancer research. Shitbox Rally was founded in 2009 by James Freeman, after both of his parents died from cancer within 12 months of each other, as a way of raising money and awareness in the fight against cancer – a disease that now affects so many people. Over the last six years, Shitbox Rally has raised over $6.1 million for cancer research, making the rally the largest independent fundraiser for the Cancer Council.
For more details on rally requirements please visit www.shitboxrally.com.au