The BIG Tour Rally

Car ready to start the BIG tour rally
Successful first edition of the BIG Tour Rally!

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On Sunday 22 August, over 40 cars and their 100 passengers joined us for the first edition of the BIG Tour Rally. The day kicked off with a delicious breakfast provided by McDonalds and coffees served by l’Aperoccino.

With stomachs full, BIG smiles and great enthusiasm, our participants got into their cars and hit the road to begin the BIG Tour Rally. Of course, it wouldn’t be a rally without some obstacles along the way. Our participants encountered, in the middle of the idyllic region of Waterloo, various mind-bending questions and fun challenges like “Café Garçon” en “Ski”.

The only way for our participants to overcome these obstacles was by working together, and we have to say, everyone put their best foot…, or tire, forward!

The day ended even better than it started. Everyone was welcomed at Knokke Out, the finish line of this first edition, with a tasty lunch, good drinks and some extraordinary prizes to win.

 A first edition filled with positive energy, warmth and enthusiasm. We want to thank everyone who came out to support breast cancer research during the BIG Tour Rally!

View photos from event here.

We would also like to thank our amazing sponsors without whom this event would not have been possible. Thank you to: Motor Village Belgium (our main sponsor), AP LetteringEXKIIlanga NatureKnokke OutLa Loterie Nationale/Nationale Loterijl’AperoccinoL’EventailManiet LuxusMcDonald’sSogerim Tupperware Gembloux.

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