Despite the rain, The 2016 South Florida Exotic Car “Toy Rally” has broken all of their previous records thanks to a phenomenal showing of charity, cars and support.
Showing up were a long list of special exotic cars, including three Paganis and many other boutique exotic cars that, altogether, were valued at over $70 million. The cars started off at the home of the Florida Panthers, the BB&T Center. From here, the cars ventured down the road to create an automotive spectacle unlike any other, ultimately finishing at the Goodyear Airship Base, home of the Goodyear Blimp.
An even more important showing than the cars was the 2,800 toys that were donated, along with over $55,000 in cash (still growing).
Each year, this event is held to benefit the Toys for Tots charity and 100% of the proceeds go to this wonderful charity. For all of the toys, two moving trucks were used by the USMC to collect them. Now that the toys have been collected, they will be sent out directly to underprivileged children.
According to the Toy Rally, they are the “largest single event donor to their local Toys for Tots USMC base” and this is the “largest procession of exotic cars for charity in the country.”