O'Gara Coach Car Showcase Benefits Toys for Tots
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SAN DIEGO - Californer -- O'Gara Coach of San Diego held one of the biggest car show events in San Diego County on December 14 at it's Sorrento Valley service location, near Rancho Santa Fe and La Jolla. Over 70 vehicles were showcased, from Bentleys to Rolls Royce to Lamborghinis to McLarens as well as many others. Around 1,000 attendees spent the morning checking out these majestic automobiles, luxury, exotics and supercars.

O'Gara Coach unveiled the recently released 2020 McLaren Senna GTR. From the 4.0L twin-turbo V8 engine to the carbon fiber, this exquisite machine is ready for the track. Based on developments from Formula 1, the GTR has rewritten the rulebook and is designed to provide the purest driving experience.

The event featured O'Gara Coach's annual holiday toy drive to benefit the Marine Corp's Toys for Tots organization. More than 100 toys were collected, which took up the trunk space of 2 brand new 2020 Bentley Bentayga V8 SUVs, from generous guests. The toys will help support less fortunate children share in the magic of the holidays.

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"This event is extremely helpful to the kids in San Diego County and we're proud to do our part," says O'Gara Coach general sales manager Richard Farler. "We enjoy these events because it gives back to the community, specifically the children…so that they can enjoy the holiday season."

The next San Diego GT event presented by O'Gara Coach San Diego will be held on Saturday, February 15. Be sure to stay tuned to O'Gara Coach San Diego's social media networks (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/ogarasandiego/), etc.) or San Diego GT's social media networks (Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SanDiegoGranTurismo/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/sandiegogranturismo/)) for more details.

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