TEMECULA – Reality Rally returns to Temecula Valley April 13-15, and registration is in full swing for the special opportunity to be a part of this amazing “Fun for Funds” weekend. Due to the immense success of Reality Rally 2011, this year’s Reality Rally has not only garnered regional interest but a national and even an international focus. Registration is open to anyone that wants the opportunity to compete with their favorite reality star.
Reality Rally is a four hour game, where participants will be walking, or running, throughout Temecula’s Old Town in a competition involving crazy activities and fun challenges for all ability levels, all for the coveted prize and bragging rights but most importantly, raising funds for Michelle’s Place Breast Cancer Resource Center.
“I thought my excitement could never be matched when I made it on Survivor after eight years of trying. I am equally, if not more, excited to bring back the second year of Reality Rally, which after last year’s success, is being touted as the Premier Reality Fundraising event in the nation,” said event founder Gillian Larson who was a contestant on Survivor: Gabon.
Over 80 reality stars have already committed to participate in this year’s Reality Rally Temecula Valley including Richard Hatch (winner of the first Survivor and participant in Survivor: All-Stars), Dawn Meehan (Survivor: South Pacific), Papa Bear Caruso (Survivor: South Pacific), Adam Poch (Big Brother), Elise Wims (Hell’s Kitchen), and many others.
Teams consist of three members of the general public and a reality star added to make a team of four. Registration is $90 per racer until April 8 or when all teams are filled, whichever comes first. Only 80 teams will play and spots are filling up quickly.
Not only are all of the reality stars in attendance donating their time, this year they are required to raise $400 minimum to be part of the event. The reality stars are raising “Money For Mammograms” and all the other services that Michelle’s Place offers to women suffering from breast cancer.
All proceeds of Reality Rally will go to benefit Michelle’s Place which was founded in 2001 by Marilyn and Bill Watson, parents of Michelle Watson. Michelle was diagnosed with breast cancer at the tender age of 23 after years of misdiagnosis. It was her dying wish to start a breast cancer resource center where women could go for support and information in Riverside County.
Event times, tickets, and information can be found at www.realityrally.com where updates will be posted regularly.