The national event sponsored by Insurance Office of America and FedEx takes the participants on a 3,500 mile, nine day cross-country driving adventure. It is a live action “game” and
Albuquerque will be the fifth destination stop in the Fireball Run Race To Recover America’s Missing Children, a national awareness campaign for Child Rescue Network on October 3rd. Teams will make quick stops at the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway and the Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum from 5-7 p.m. to obtain the clue that directs them to the Albuquerque Museum in Old Town. The
When departing the museum, teams will be directed through
Fireball Run teams are on a mission - Recover America’s Missing Children. Each team is assigned a missing child who’s image and stats are affixed to the vehicle, creating a “rolling milk carton.” Everywhere teams stop they ask, “Have you seen this child?” and leave a poster behind. The Race to Recover America’s Missing Children is the longest active recovery effort for missing or abducted children in history.
Featured participating cars include a 1966 street legal version of the “Batmobile,” a 1977 Ferrari 308, a stretch limousine, Bentleys, Jaguars and more. Fireball Run participants include high profile corporate executives.
J “JJ” Sanchez, organizer of the Fireball Run is a
A Tribute to the Legendary Edward Glenn “Fireball” Roberts