Tower Capital Hosts Nov. 9 Charity Ride to Help Families Fighting Childhood Illnesses

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Posted By on October 30, 2019

In an effort to serve families whose children are fighting for their lives, Tower Capital will host the inaugural Tower Capital Classic Angel Run Car Rally, a VIP charity ride through scenic Northern Arizona, on Sunday, Nov. 9.

The 332-mile round-trip driving excursion will traverse some of the state’s best roads, including a few secret stops along the route.

“This should be a day of great driving with great people on some of Arizona’s best roads,” said Adam Finkel, CCIM, principal of Tower Capital. “We’re expecting to see some incredible cars – vintage Porsches and a Lamborghini or two – but we’re inviting owners of all types of vehicles to participate. It’s all to serve families whose kids are fighting terrible illnesses.”

The trip begins at 7:30 a.m. at Pit Stop Auto Detail, 15015 N. 74th St. #115 in Scottsdale, and will end at the same spot around 3 p.m.

The Angel Run Car Rally will benefit the Pearce Family Foundation, a Scottsdale-based non-profit that aims to ease the financial burdens of families whose children are suffering from a chronic or life-threatening illness. The organization provides grants that fund a variety of needs including rent and mortgage payments, transportation needs, auto repairs, car payments, and other necessities for a stable and healthy living environment, all to allow families to focus on their child’s journey.
Entry fees range between $500-$750. The event’s sponsor, Tower Capital, is a Phoenix-based, independent structured finance firm that focuses on assisting real estate investors in navigating the capital markets.

Tickets for the Angel Run Car Rally can be found here.

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