During a recent press conference, held April 4, 2014, at Pulaski County Courthouse in Waynesville, MO, Pulaski County Tourism Bureau announced that their Fireball Run Adventurally Team (#10) will be racing to recover Kylie Lawrence. Kylie was last seen in Springfield, MO July 28, 2013.
A reality-filmed series, FIREBALL RUN is the Most Epic Adventurally in America® a gripping and emotional 8 day, 2000 mile, life-sized trivia game, where America serves as the game board; 40 driving teams compete for glory, bragging rights, and a plastic road sign. All while aiding in a massive effort to recover America’s missing children.
The Race to Recover America’s Missing Children was started by the participants of FIREBALL RUN in memory of the plight for all missing kids and is the country’s largest and longest “active recovery effort” for missing and abducted children. Every FIREBALL RUN team is assigned a child missing from their home region. While competing in the adventure it’s their mission to distribute 1000+ posters throughout the journey in an effort to raise awareness for and aid in the recovery of that missing child. Annually FIREBALL RUN distributes nearly 75,000 posters which to date has aided in the recovery effort of more than 40 children.
Pulaski County, Missouri has been selected as an overnight host destination for Season 8 FIREBALL RUN: America’s Frontier and its Race to Recover America’s Missing Children. Several factors have led to the decision; particularly, Pulaski County has a robust and exciting pro-business community; an energetic, passionate and progressive Tourism Bureau; signature Midwest charm and hospitality as well as an abundance of history and attractions that will interest participants and excite audiences.
Streamed live to a world-audience and filmed as part of a popular online TV series, the 2013 FIREBALL RUN elicited a whopping $56 million in media exposure for its host destinations. Pulaski County is one of eight host destinations selected and it will serve as Chapter 6 in the series.
The adventure begins September 27 in Frisco, TX and finishes October 4 in Independence, MO. The public is encouraged to join the festivities in downtown Waynesville for an afternoon of live streaming, family fun, meet celebrity teams and see their rides on Thursday Oct.2 and again on Friday morning, Oct. 3 for the Day 7 green flag start. You do not want to miss it, mark your calendars NOW! It will be epic!
If you have any information about Kylie Lawrence’s disappearance or whereabouts please call National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (www.missingkids.com) at 1-800-843-5678. You can also learn more at http://www.facebook.com/missingkids.
To learn more about FIREBALL RUN, and to watch previous seasons, please visit http://www.fireballrun.com.
To receive a digital version of Kylie Lawrence’s Missing Poster for distribution please contact Pulaski County Tourism Bureau at 573-336-6355 or firstname.lastname@example.org.