WEXICAN MOTORSPORTS SUPPORT RED CROSS JAPAN APPEAL

The guys at Wexican Motorsports are having a ride-along day in Mondello Park this saturday to raise funds for the Red Cross Japanese Appeal. Make sure you support them. Info Below……..

Irish Red Cross Japan Tsunami Appeal
Passenger Rides with Martin Ffrench in the Wexican Motorsport Toyota Altezza
at Mondello Park, Saturday March 19th 2011

March 15th 2011
For Immediate Release
Waterford, Rep. of Ireland – Following the recent devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan, Wexican Motorsport is looking to raise awareness and funds to support the victims of this tragic event.

On Saturday March 19th, Wexican Motorsport will be present at the Mondello Park Drifting Practice Day to test their newly unveiled SR20 powered Toyota Altezza. As part of this event, Wexican Motorsport will be offering passenger rides in the car in a bid to raise funds and awareness for the Irish Red Cross Japan Tsunami Appeal.

For a €10 minimum donation, anyone present on the day will have the opportunity to experience two laps of the Mondello Park Drift course layout alongside veteran drifter Martin Ffrench. Alongside Martin, WKD Imports will be providing support cars so those in attendance are guaranteed an exciting day.

All proceeds from the day will be donated to the Irish Red Cross Japan Tsunami Appeal. The Irish Red Cross is a registered charity, number CHY 3950

If you are unable to attend but will still like to contribute to this cause or the recent earthquake in New Zealand, please visit the Irish Red Cross website at http://www.redcross.ie/

For Further Information, Please Contact:
Paddy McGrath
PMCGPHOTOs
00.353.87.1311404
paddy@pmcgphotos.com

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