Predator Motorsports Inc is incredibly proud to be part of the country’s largest car show for kids held in San Diego California. Last year over 7,000 guests were entertained by emergency, military, race, custom, big rig and construction vehicles. This year will be the 7th year of the annual Touch-A-Truck Event and it gearing up to another great year.
Touch-A-Truck is a San Diego Kid-centric car show where everyone is welcome to sit in the driver’s seat of all the Vehicles on display. 100% of the Money raised goes to fund kids cancer research.
Here is the scoop
When our friend Max was three years old, he was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma cancer. Neuroblastoma is the most common soft tumor childhood cancer. Max went through an intense six month chemo and radiation protocols and earned a good year away from the hospital in remission. This little guy is a warrior to say the least. The Summer before kindergarten, a spot appeared on his spine at a check-up. The little guys cancer had returned.
For the next two years Max would fight, hook, jab, and wrestle with his relentless enemy. The constant fighting over the previous 2 year drained his strength. This warrior passed away six days after starting 2nd grade. He was only seven years old.
This story only highlights Max, but his struggle is repeated daily by infants, kids, and teens. In the U.S. alone, 46 kids are diagnosed with cancer every school day, that’s one classroom full of kids. Each week 46 children die.
Children’s cancer is the leading cause of death by disease for kids under the age of 15. Cancer kills more children then Asthma, Cystic Fibrosis, Diabetes, and Pediatric AIDS combined.
Max’s story is terrible. Such a wonderful light extinguished before its time. Max is a hero. His life and death is an inspiration and the reason we Support Max’s Ring of Fire and the Touch-A-Truck car show.
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