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VP Bank Rally by RAID – the fascinating experience for discerning classic car aficionados

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From 15 to 16 June 2019, VP Bank and the Organisation RAID are offering a new highlight for all discerning owners and drivers of classic cars.

In conjunction with Organisation RAID, the distinguished organiser of high-profile classic car rallies, VP Bank has launched a new event. The “VP Bank Rally” is an exclusive get-together that combines stylish driving pleasures with culture and culinary delights.

The VP Bank Rally is a special experience that will make the heart of discerning classic car aficionados beat faster. In mid-June 2019, participants will complete interesting and little-used routes along a varied course in Liechtenstein, Eastern Switzerland and Vorarlberg all the way to Zurich that are off the beaten track of the established rally community. In addition to various trials, the route also includes cultural stations as well as a finish line at the heart of Vaduz.

VP Bank Rally by RAID

The venue in the historic and elegant Grand Resort Bad Ragaz is to become a tradition. This is the starting point of the first VP Bank Rally, where culinary culture combined with historical values are celebrated at the highest level. During the first Classic Car Garden Party in the middle of a classic car parade in the park of the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz, participants will be spoiled with gastronomic delights by leading chefs from the region.

Christoph Mauchle, member of Group Executive Management at VP Bank Group, has been closely involved in sponsoring this event: “The VP Bank Rally dovetails with the vision of VP Bank, which is to generate enthusiasm with unique client experiences. We are delighted to be able to offer a culturally superior experience centred on the historic automobile with this event.”

Details about the “VP Bank Rally” will be available from January 2019 on the RAID website under www.raid.ch.

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