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The Cactusball Rally is moving east in 2022 to become...
THE GATORBALL RALLY!
Event dates: Jan 26-30, 2022
Registration is now OPEN!

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WEEKEND RALLY DATES

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26

THRU

SUNDAY, JANUARY 30

 

THE ROUTE WILL BEGIN IN SAVANNAH, GA AND FINISH IN DAYTONA, FLORIDA!

800+ MILES

THE GATORBALL IS MORE OF A CRUISE, THAN A RALLY. ALL OF THE TEAMS WILL TRAVEL TOGETHER AND ENJOY THE SITES AND AREA ATTRACTIONS WITH FELLOW CAR ENTHUSIASTS!

FOR CHARITY
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WE ORGANIZE AMAZING CAR SHOWS, RALLIES, AND EVENTS!

On the evening of January 26, 2022, teams from around the country will meet in Savannah, Georgia for the NEW Gatorball Rally!

We'll launch the next morning on a car adventure that will take teams on a beautiful route along the Atlantic coastline to Daytona for the ROLEX 24 at the speedway! 

What's included?

  • (2) Tickets to the ROLEX 24 car race (with parking).

  • Parade lap session at SEBRING INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY.

  • Custom livery for your rally car with your chosen number.

  • (2) Tickets to a haunted pub tour in Savannah, GA.

  • Special visits along the route, plus other fun surprises along the way!

  • $80 credit in The Gatorball Swag Store for your team.

  • Planned gatherings all-weekend with a big celebration and cookout at Rally HQ on Sunday night!

ABOUT US:

On June 4, 2016, Never 55 Productions, Inc debuted its first annual "Kannonball Rally" around the state of Minnesota. The purpose of the rally was to raise money for a local school called Northern Voices

Since then, Never 55 Productions, Inc has organized (19) charity car rallies around the country, and is excited to bring The Gatorball to Florida!

We are again partnering with The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

THE REASON WE RALLY!
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This year, The Cactusball Rally is moving east to become THE GATORBALL RALLY! We'll be doing our part to help bring home the (398) missing children in Florida. 

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