FIREBALL Run Adventure Travel Series Rolls into Pennsylvania’s Lebanon Valley on Tuesday, September 27 at 3:00 pm!
The FIREBALL Run will arrive in Lebanon County in the early afternoon on Tuesday, September 27 to complete their missions over the course of 2 hours. Teams will be scattered to solve trivia to find the 5-10 top-secret locations involving local businesses, historical, and agricultural attractions.
At 3:00 p.m, teams will come back together at 8th and Cumberland Streets in Lebanon, where there will be filming and live-streaming of the red-carpet finish line and celebratory events. Please us for the festivities.
You’ll have the opportunity to stroll through the car show with plenty of exotic vehicles, an art show from local students, live music, and photo opportunities with the celebrities, food trucks, and more!
Or, join us at Lebanon Valley College on Sheridan Avenue on Wednesday, September 27 at 8:30 am. We’ll be sending the teams off in style at promptly 9:00 a.m.
Keep your eyes open for the Klick-Lewis FIREBALL Run Lebanon Valley Car. It will be heading out on the 10-day adventure to represent the Lebanon Valley as our team, The Lost Dutchmen, tries to find their missing child. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to stay in the loop.
FIREBALL RUN 10th Anniversary, a cross between Reality TV, Road Rally and a trivia game has selected Lebanon, Pa as a mid-destination of the 2016 season 10 live-action series occurring in September 2016.
Since 2007, FIREBALL RUN has been a gripping 8 day, 2000 mile, life-size trivia game, where America serves as the game board; part live event, part live streamed, and part episodic show series. 40-50 driving teams of celebrity, elected officials and corporate executives will compete for bragging rights and the greater cause of raising awareness for missing children.
Although a trivia game, there is nothing trivial about FIREBALL RUN’s message or results. Often referred to as “the most fun you will ever have, doing the most important thing you’ve ever done.” Every driving team is assigned a missing child from their hometown or region and drivers are tasked with distributing missing child posters. The effort annually distributes 65,000 posters across America and has aided in 42 child recoveries.
The show has an audience of 1.7 million world-wide and elicited $126 million in publicity for its mid-destination cities in 2015.