Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
Cars from the Miller collection were on display Sunday for enthusiasts at the Miller Motor Sports Park in Tooele for the Beehive Drive, formerly known as the Utah Fast Pass.
The drive, which kicked of Sunday and continues through July 31, will make a stop in a different Utah community each day before culminating with a gala dinner at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City.
“We renamed the event the Beehive Drive as the beehive is the official state emblem of Utah, and because it truly represents the purpose of the event which is a charitable drive for the state,” Beehive Drive Chairman Greg Miller said in a prepared statement. “Over the last eight years, participants and sponsors have raised more than $1.6 million which we’ve donated to the Honoring Heroes Foundation and law enforcement, community betterment projects across the state and educational grants for Utah students.”
For information on tickets or sponsorship opportunities, please visit www.beehivedrive.org.
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