The 2014 Porsche Cayman will make its debut with a Porsche driving experience May 8 and 9 at Spring Mountain Motor Sports track in Pahrump.
More than 150 invited guests and Porsche owner-enthusiasts will test the new Cayman alongside the Panamera, Cayenne, Boxster and 911 Carrera models on a special 1½-mile autocross course designed by Porsche Team race drivers.
To kick off this year’s announcement of the fourth annual Pedal to the Medal bike ride to benefit Special Olympics Nevada Gaudin has donated 20 Track Experience tickets. The tickets will be offered exclusively for a charitable donation to the organization. The VIP ticket can be obtained by donating the value of sponsoring one Special Olympics athlete for a season.
All Special Olympics Nevada programs are offered free to more than 3,000 children and adults thanks to the kindness and generosity of local individuals and businesses, including Gaudin.
“It’s a great way to make a difference,” said Maggie Schwarz, regional vice president for Special Olympics Nevada. “Gaudin makes it possible for you to enjoy a luxury experience while supporting a great cause. ”
“We are thrilled to be able to associate our latest luxury sports coupe with the aptly named ‘Pedal to the Medal’ ride experience Special Olympics offers through the gorgeous landscape of Red Rock Canyon (National Conservation Area) and Blue Diamond. The synergy truly fits the Cayman model,” said Jim Mooradian, general manager of Gaudin Porsche of Las Vegas.
Gaudin Porsche is an annual sponsor of the Special Olympics’ Pedal to the Medal bike ride, scheduled for Sept. 7.
Sports car enthusiasts interested in securing a special VIP ticket should call Schwarz at 702-465-3797.
Visit www.sonv.org to learn more about Special Olympics Nevada.