Montvale, New Jersey (September 2006) – A young man’s desire to give back to those who serve our country so valiantly in the US Military acts as the basic foundation of the Freedom Run Road Rally. Brian Seiffer, now a sophomore at the University of Central Florida, followed the events in Afghanistan and Iraq and saw the reports of the deaths and injuries inflicted on so many American soldiers, and decided to do something for the children of these brave men and women. Drawing upon his experience of organizing charitable events during his early teen years for 9/11, and his passion for high-end luxury automobiles, Brian came up with the concept of conducting an exotic car road rally as a way to raise a significant amount of contributions. Thus was born the Freedom Run Road Rally.

To assist those military families in need, Brian decided that he would focus the event’s charitable giving toward providing for the education of those children directly impacted by these tragedies. As such a significant portion of the event’s net proceeds, from both driver participation and corporate sponsorship fees, will be given to several charitable organizations that focus most of their efforts on these most deserving children.

The initial Freedom Run Road Rally, a property of TwoGen LLC, will be conducted in June 2007, running from Orlando to Philadelphia over a prescribed 1,200 mile course of scenic public roads. The 4-day/3-night event provides for a first-class, exciting and fun driving and entertainment experience for owners of exotic and upscale automobiles. Participants will truly enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime experience because as part of the event they will be able to partake in a ½-day private run at the Daytona International Speedway and receive expert instruction from the internationally known Skip Barber Racing School.

Those interested in learning more about participating in the Freedom Road Run Rally to support those military children truly in need, can go to or call 201-930-8849.

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