You are invited to view the Supercar Lineup!
The IBV Supercar Club is attempting a Guinness World Record supercar parade in Durban on Sunday, 21 September 2014 and you are invited to view the lineup!! Come see of over 200 Supercars, super bikes and helicopters at Pavilion Hotel tomorrow Sunday 21st September 2014, at 9am and at then at The Palm Boulevard at Gateway Theatre of Shopping VIP at 11.30am.
The IBV Supercar Club aims to break a Guinness World Record by raising R1 million through a charity parade of 200 supercars down North Beach. Each supercar owner will be accompanied by an orphaned child who will be given an experience of a lifetime.
CEO of IBV, Ashok Sewnarain said, “This world record breaking attempt is part of our ongoing initiatives at IBV Humanity. All our businesses work closely with IBV Humanity in helping make a significant difference in the world. I am particularly excited about the IBV Supercar R1 million Charity Challenge as it is a Global attempt at doing something innovative, something that has never been done before.”
Guinness World Records events are used by a wealth of organisations and associations to disseminate awareness and communicate good causes. This Guinness World Records attempt will not only convey a very important message message but also raise awareness on social issues.
See you tomorrow!!
The IBV Supercar R1 million Charity Challenge parade will be escorted by Harley Davidson & Ducati Bikers, and led by a helicopter formation and special police escort. So don’t forget these details:
Date: Sunday 21st September 2014
Starts: Pavilion Hotel 15 K E Masinga Road, Marine Parade, Durban, 4001 at 9am
Ends: The Palm Boulevard at Gateway Theatre of Shopping VIP at 11.30am.
“Corporate Social Investment is very important to us. We fully support IBV’s vision to host 200 orphaned and under privileged children. As corporates it is our responsibility to stabilize the social and economic environment and we will continue to make an effort to improve the living conditions of the communities in which we operate,” Akash Maharaj, Centre Manager at Gateway Theatre of Shopping.
All money raised from the event will benefit IBV Children’s VIP Day, The Sunflower Fund, UNICEF and Child Welfare South Africa. Donations will be audited by Guiness World Records & proceeds by Ernst & Young.
In the wise words of Nelson Mandela “Overcoming poverty is not a task of charity, it is an act of justice. Like Slavery and Apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is man-made and it can be overcome and eradicated by the actions of human beings. Sometimes it falls on a generation to be great. YOU can be that great generation. Let your greatness blossom.”