2012 Otago Community Hospice Charity Cruise!

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2012 Otago Community Hospice Charity Cruise!

Postby SkylineObsession » Sun Sep 30, 2012 5:24 pm

I came up with the idea for this after my mother passed away from cancer while in the Hospice in 2008. The aim of the event is primarily to raise as much money for the Otago Community Hospice as possible, to say thanks. http://www.otagohospice.co.nz
- In 2010's event, we raised $2,235.50 for the hospice, with just 155 cars on a rainy day, and with the event ending three hours early!
- In 2011's event, we raised $1,401.90 for the hospice, with only 75 cars on an even rainier day than 2010! Didn't put some people off, despite the wet we still had a Porsche 911 and Ferrari 550 Marenello turn up and participate, as well as a brand new Corvette ZR-1!

By charging each driver and each passenger a minimum 'compulsuary' donation of $5 (higher amounts are encouraged if you can afford it) to enter the cruise. And gold coin entry fee ('donation') for members of the public at the opening of the car show at 1pm.

- Pay money to officials (passengers need to pay $5 or more too)
- Sign a disclaimer form, so we aren't liable for anything you do
- Get a small sticker put on your car to show you've paid (any cars that arrive back from the cruise without a sticker will have to pay)
- Line up and park where directed
- Do above cruise route. Drive safely, its not a race!
- Arrive back before 1pm for food/car show etc.
- Five trophies will be available to hand out for cars on display after the cruise, best Japanese, American, European, Australian and British cars.

All exotic cars (Ferrari, Aston Martin, Porsche, Lamborghini, Maserati, Lotus, TVR, Mercedes and so on). All muscle cars (FPV/Tickford and HSV/HDT etc cars, Corvette, Camaro, Mustang etc). Classic cars (Shelby, Jaguar, Mini, Rover, Triumph and so on). Hot rods. Sports trucks/SUVs (Dodge Ram, Ford Territory Turbo, Ford F250 etc). Japanese sports cars (Skyline, Supra, RX-7, WRX, EVO, NSX, S2000, GTO, 300zx/350z/370Z and so on). Japanese 'old school' classics (Pre R30 Skylines, Prince models, DX Corolla, AE86, RX3 and so on). Vintage cars (Model T Ford, Daimler and so on). Race cars/track cars (if not road legal then tow them on the cruise on the trailer!).

If your car doesn't fall into any of those categories, does it have any aftermarket modifications (bigger wheels, bodykit, fancy paintwork, rare factory bodykit and so on)? If thats a yes, you can bring it along too - even if it is a 4WD/people carrier (so long as they aren't standard looking!).

This is also the perfect opportunity to get those prized treasures out of the garage, the ones that very seldom get seen by the public eye. You'll possibly have a slightly bigger chance to win a trophy and prize pack for doing so!

This event is a great chance for recruiting new members! We'll even allow you to set up wee stalls etc around the edge of the grounds so you can have somewhere for people to learn more about your club and join up!

1. Turn left onto Victoria Rd toward St. Clair, go through roundabout
2. Turn right at Forbury Rd
3. Turn left at Easther Cres just before Forbury Rd/Hillside Rd roundabout
4. Follow road as it changes to Middleton Rd
5. Turn right at Corstorphine Rd
6. Sharp left at Stevenson Rd
7. Continue on down hill
8. Turn left to the motorway on-ramp, but drive straight through into Green Island.
9. Turn right and head towards Sunnyvale (under overbridge) to stay on Main South Rd
10. Continue on Main Rd and through Fairfield
11. Right onto Morris Rd
12. Follow road as it changes to Quarry Rd then go through roundabout into Mosgiel
13. Continue along Gordon Rd and through Mosgiel
14. Turn right at Dukes Rd
15. Continue onto Three Mile Hill Rd and drive over Three Mile Hill
16. Continue onto Taieri Rd through Waikari
17. Turn right at first traffic lights onto Nairn St (past Cableways)
18. Turn right at the lights on Kaikorai Valley Rd
19. Go through roundabout and continue along Kaikorai Valley Rd
20. Continue along and back into Concord onto Main South Rd
21. Continue up hill and onto Stevenson Rd
22. Sharp right at Corstorphine Rd
23. Turn left at Middleton Rd
24. Take the second right onto Isadore Rd (continue past St Clair golf course carpark)
25. Turn left at Aberdeen Rd
26. Take the second right onto Ravenswood Rd
27. Follow down hill onto Bedford St, go through roundabout
28. Continue onto Victoria Rd and back into Tahuna Park

- Come along in your car!
- Please try to spread the word in as many ways possible, this is what makes or breaks a big turnout.
- Volunteer on the day!
- Or let me know if you have any other ideas, anything considered!

An account at Westpac has been set up purely for donations from those who cannot make it, for whatever reason. It will be open year round and after the event each year all funds will be removed and given to the hospice along with the proceeds of that years event.
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 03-1725-0422192-000
NAME OF ACCOUNT: Otago Hospice Charity Cruise

- www.southernskylines.com/charitycruise
- Text/ring Andrew (me) on 021 216 4593
- 'Like' the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/OtagoCommunity ... rityCruise
- Send me a private message
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Postby loudstealthGT-Four » Mon Oct 01, 2012 1:13 pm

Had planned to come to this this year. But have just realise it is the same date as SSCC Clubsport event, so i wont be able to make it unfortunately.
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Postby MAC_HATER » Wed Oct 31, 2012 7:26 pm

bumping this again!

everyone go! ;)
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Postby SkylineObsession » Tue Nov 13, 2012 2:39 pm

On this Sunday peeps!

Burt Munroes son, John, will be one of the guest judges on the day.

The Otago Heritage Bus Society will be bringing their 44 seater Leyland bus along for the cruise too! If you'd like to ride on the bus during the cruise, they are charging $10 per person. After running costs of the bus (fuel etc) are covered, the rest will be donated to the charity cruise amount.
Help them fill the bus by spreading the word!

And we would love to have more static displays.
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Postby MAC_HATER » Tue Nov 13, 2012 6:01 pm

a bunch of us from invers are heading up, and a friend with his supra is coming down from Timaru so from all directions :D
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