Drive For Autism In Manahawkin NJ

Dated: 04/16/2015

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Autism is a disease most don't understand. although i myself don't know much about it, i know many suffer from different stages of it. i was fortunate to be part of a benefit drive for autism which had a magnificent turnout of support. there were approximately 100+/- cars which drove from the closed down Pathmark in Manahawkin to Bar Anticipation in Belmar.  The cars that registered ranged from a 1973 Maverick rat rod to an awesome newer Bentley and many others in between. Each car paid a $25 entrance fee of which 100% went to Autism research.  Jersey Shore Exotics was the host and they're already planning another event this year. This will be a car show and not a drive. look for information soon.Drive for Autism Bar A Belmar

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Rick Saparito Jr

I grew up in Broward County, Florida close to Ft. Lauderdale Beach. Toward the end of my senior year of High School my family moved to Barnegat, New Jersey where I met my wife Maryellen. We have 5 kid....

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