"Utah Fast Pass" visits Huntington with donation
Utah Fast Pass recently held its fourth annual fundraising drive and gala dinner and auction. Their first stop after spending the previous day at Miller Motor Sports Park was in Huntington. Car show enthusiasts were able to enjoy looking at the rare and beautiful cars while members of the Fast Pass organization were served lunch by the city of Huntington.
Mayor Hilary Gordon accepted a check in the amount of $2,000 that the Fast Pass Organization donated to Huntington, it is the second donation the city has received from the organization. After leaving Huntington the group continued on to Bryce Canyon National Park where they stayed the night. The following day they traveled to Kanab and back to Bryce.
The final day took them to Manti and then into Salt Lake City where they finished their event with their gala auction and dinner at the Grand America Hotel. The Fast Pass Organization has donated more than $650,000 since it was formed by the late Larry H. Miller.
Utah Fast Pass is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The charter for Utah Fast Pass is primarily to provide charitable contributions to the UHP's Honoring Heroes Foundation; local community projects which improve the communities in which they interact; improve the education opportunities for students throughout the State of Utah; and other charities, which will improve the quality of life in Utah.
The Utah Fast Pass event is designed to showcase the rare "cars of limited production" in a three-day drive on Utah's most scenic roads and one day at the spectacular 4.5-mile Miller Motorsports Park road course.