This was a thrilling event where people came out and watched 150 vintage racers while supporting outstanding causes.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) July 27, 2016
Vince Pascoe, an insurance agent with State Farm, recently volunteered at the 2016 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix. The Vintage Grand Prix is a charity-driven event, donating $4.35 million to the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School since 1983, including a record $400,000 for 2015. “This was a thrilling event where people came out and watched 150 vintage racers while supporting outstanding causes,” said Pascoe.
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is the the nation’s largest vintage race event and the only one run on actual city streets. The 2.33-mile circuit, considered by many drivers to be the most challenging race course in the world, has 23 turns, hay bales, manhole covers, phone poles and stone walls.
“In addition to the race, the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix included numerous car shows,” said Pascoe, who has volunteered at the event for the past ten years and has been a proud Rotarian for over fifteen years. “It was like a moving museum car show, as there were different locations that had different events going on, and it was all for charity.”
About Vince Pascoe, State Farm
Vince Pascoe offers auto, home and property, life and health insurance, as well as banking products, annuities and investment services. For more information, please call (412) 486-1216, or visit http://www.wemanagerisks.com. The office is located at 1501 Mount Royal Blvd., Suite 101, Glenshaw, PA 15116.
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