Celebrating their tenth year, the South Florida Exotic Car Toy Rally had an extremely successful event this year, breaking multiple records.
Showing up for the Toy Rally were around 300 cars, including the Pagani Huayra Project Vulcan, another Huayra, Bugattis, the United States’ first Koenigsegg One:1 and hundreds of other exotic cars. These equaled out to over $50 million worth of exotic cars, which all came together for one special cause.
This Toy Rally was created to benefit the Toys for Tots charity, which 100% of the proceeds from the event go to. This year, they had over 2,100 toys and $34,000 in cash to donate – record numbers for the rally. In fact, they amassed so many toys that they needed moving trucks for the United States Marine Corps to use in order to pick them up. The USMC has even awarded the rally with the “Commander’s Award.”
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.”
Sponsored by the South Florida Exotic Car Toy Rally