LA-based Singer Vehicle Design Supports 'Drive Toward a Cure'
Published on Mon, Jul 20, 2020
By: The LACar Editorial Staff
The last autographed “One More Than 10 – Singer and the Porsche 911” book is set to be raffled off, with all proceeds benefiting Parkinson’s Disease.
Drive Toward a Cure is a non-profit organization that raises awareness and funds for Parkinson’s disease research and support. This summer, Drive Toward a Cure is hosting the ‘Summer Drive Toward a Cure’ fundraiser, which encourages motorists to go out and enjoy their vehicles on the open road.
However, on the occasional rainy day, Drive Toward a Cure has come up with a plan for folks to support the cause without driving: a good book.
That’s where the Los Angeles-based Porsche 911 modification specialists at Singer Vehicle Design come in. The company and its founder, Rob Dickinson, fully pledge their support to Drive Toward a Cure with a generous donation. The last originally-printed copy of the “One More Than 10 – Singer and the Porsche 911” book will be personally autographed by Rob himself. The book will then be donated to a raffle, where all proceeds will go towards Drive Toward a Cure.
To be eligible to win “One More Than 10 – Singer and the Porsche 911”, one must register for the ‘Summer Drive Toward a Cure’ or donate directly to Drive Toward a Cure prior to the drawing on July 23rd. All current registrations and donations will be included.
“We’re thankful to friends and supporters like Singer Vehicle Design offering creative solutions to continue our fundraising efforts, especially during the unique circumstances we are all facing,” said Deb Pollack, founder of Drive Toward a Cure.
To learn more about Drive Toward a Cure and how you can help fight the battle against Parkinson’s, please visit https://www.drivetowardacure.org/.
Check out our other article on the Hagerty Drive Toward a Cure.