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    Lamborghini Rally 2018

    Olympic National Park

    ONLY TWO SPACES REMAINING!

    Due to popular demand, Lamborghini Vancouver is pleased to announce our next road trip, the Fourth Annual Lamborghini Charity Drive. These drives have been incredibly successful, both in creating great memories for the participants and assisting those in need through our charity support. This year’s drive takes place on Friday, June 15th to Sunday, June 17th.

    Our drive will take us from beautiful Vancouver and through the spectacular Olympic National Park in Washington.

    This drive will be in support of Helping Hands, a local non-profit organization. Their mission is to bring more music, art, and creativity into the lives of those in need. The organization assists low-income families and individuals, those with mental and physical barriers, and those who have been affected by abuse and trauma.

    We invite you and a guest of your choice to be a part of this amazing opportunity. Spaces are limited and restricted to 15 Lamborghini’s. Registration closes at 5pm on Friday, May 18th.

    DAY ONE

    Our two night, three-day adventure will start on Friday, June 15th with the group meeting at Lamborghini Vancouver at 8:30 am for breakfast and a drivers meeting. We will depart at 9 am sharp and convoy South towards the US border and cross at the Peace Arch border crossing.

    The crew will board the Coupeville ferry together and sail to Port Townsend on the Olympic Peninsula. Guests will grab a bite together in the small town before traveling slightly further South.

    We will cruise down the picturesque east coast of the park, leading us to our overnight destination. In beautiful Port Ludlow we will finish off at the Resort at Port Ludlow, nestled right on the water with incredible views.

    Guests will join us for a signature Salmon Potlach at the resort before settling in for the night.

    DAY TWO

    Day 2 will start early with a hearty breakfast in the hotel before setting off on a full day of driving around Olympic National Park. This long tour provides you with a great opportunity to see temperate rain forest; saltwater beaches including Hood Canal, Pacific Ocean and the Strait of Juan de Fuca; Olympic Mountains; cascading rivers; and large lowland lakes. These are the five major landscape settings on the Olympic Peninsula.

    We will stop for a lunch break about halfway through the day at beautiful Quinault Lake. We’ll explore the area before cruising forward toward the small town of Port Townsend. Here, a short stop is scheduled in this picturesque town, you’ll get to stretch your legs and have a snack and coffee before completing the remaining drive back to Port Ludlow.

    We will enjoy one last dinner together before departing the following day.

    DAY THREE

    Day 3 will be a leisurely Sunday breakfast and checkout. Departing in the late morning, drivers will take the final convoy together to Port Townsend toward Coupeville and journey together back across the border. From here we will wish our new friends a farewell, until next time.

    REGISTER NOW TO GUARANTEE YOUR SPOT FOR THE 2018 LAMBORGHINI RALLY

    Registration will include a space for both you and a guest, and covers the following:

    • Entry of one vehicle permitted per registration.
    • Hotel accommodations for two people for 2 nights total at the Resort at Port Ludlow.
    • Return Ferry Ticket to the Mainland
    • Dinner – Friday & Saturday night for two guests.
    • Breakfast and lunch – Friday through Sunday for two guests.
    • Exterior Lamborghini detail.
    • Custom event decals
    • Swag Bag worth over $200.
    • $150 donation to Helping Hands.

     

    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    $2399.00 + applicable taxes 

    All bookings are subject to approval by Lamborghini Vancouver.

    This event is non-refundable. Registrations are on a first come, first serve basis. Strictly limited to 15 Lamborghinis.

    If you have any further questions please call Bojana Nikolic at 604.738.3931 or email bojana@lamborghinivancouver.com

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