Have a great wit and creative mind? Or do you just want to test your relationship communication skills? We are back for the 37th Annual Tulip Rallye. Open to all makes and types of cars (DeLoreans included!); it is a gimmick rallye; so everyone will be able to compete successfully. All you need is a sharp eye and a sense of humor (and a handy navigator!). Follow route instructions while answering scavenger hunt type questions along the way! Hosted by NW MG Car Club.
REGISTRATION: Registration is required. This year, pre-registration can be paid by check in the mail or online via PayPal, or come early to register the day of the event. Cost is $15 pre-registration/ $20 day of event. Pre-registration by mail required by April 1st, PayPal registration by April 7th.
Link to registration posted at bottom. Late entries will be considered day of event entries. Pre‐registered cars get reserved parking and priority start time.
MEET UP AND PARKING: we will have special reserved parking for us MINIs. Upon arrival, just let them know you are with PSMINI. If you are interested in parading in together, please meet near the Applebees at the Cascade Mall at 8:00 AM. We will caravan together around the side of the mall to our spot at 8:30, near the old Sears. You do not have to roll in with the MINIs of course. If you'd like more sleep, you are free to come in anytime and they will show you where PSMINI's row is!
CHECK IN: Check in from 8-9:30. Driver's meeting at 9:30. Rallye departs at 9:45.
Food Donation: Please bring a donation of canned food or money (preferred) for a local food bank.
THE RALLYE: We all have 4 hours to complete the rallye. Stick around afterwards for awards, raffles, and the "Hard Luck" Award!
LUNCH: It is recommended that you pack a picnic lunch to enjoy along the way or at the end point while the scores are being tabulated. If you choose to take in the local eats, there are places along the way to stop. Just remember to keep track of time!!
Registration is open and more information available on the website: http://www.tuliprallye.org/