goldRush Rally Gives Drivers Options

  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
    Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
    Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
    Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
    Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
    Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
    Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
    Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
    Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
    Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
    Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Photo by Mo Satarzadeh
  • Paul Meyers

Now its fifth year, the goldRush Rally—a premiere automotive lifestyle rally—is providing its drivers with three different options for participating. For those looking to experience all that the goldRush has to offer, the full journey starts in San Francisco and ends in Chicago seven nights later. This year, however, the event organizers are splitting the rally up into two separate legs. The West Coast portion kicks off on June 9 in San Francisco and heads south to Los Angeles before ending up in Las Vegas on June 10. The second portion begins in Dallas on June 12 and heads through Memphis and St. Louis to finish in Chicago on June 15. For a team of two, each leg is priced at $6,000; participation in the entire route runs $14,000. The costs cover nightly events, five-star accommodations, secured parking, transportation of your car (and flights for your team) from Las Vegas to Dallas, and VIP entrance to all planned events. To top it off, every type of vehicle is welcome; the goldRush is especially known for showcasing some of the latest and greatest cars on the road today. (www.goldrushrally.com)

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