Miami: Prestige Imports & Ride2Revive Brings Miles of Smiles to Sick Children

Brett David D.J. Williams

Sometimes in life, you meet those fantastic individuals who make the world a better place simply by being themselves – like brother-sister duo Brett and Brooke David, founders of Ride2Revive, who are creating lasting memories for sick children in Miami, one racecar at a time.

As co-owners of Prestige Imports, a factory-authorized dealer of Lamborghini, Lotus and Paganis in North Miami Beach, Brett and Brooke are used to being around exotic sports cars with high-end price tags. Understanding that not all people are so lucky, they created Ride2Revive as a way to share their love of luxury automobiles with the world – and in the process, make the day a little brighter for some of Miami’s most deserving children.


And on February 2nd, they did just that. Welcoming 50 children from the MyWish4U foundation, Chai Lifeline and Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital to Mardis Gras Casino, Ride2Revive created an action-packed day filled with fun and luxury sports cars. Kicking it off with signings and vehicle tours by Hallandale Beach Police & Fire Rescue, BSO K-9 demonstrations, helicopter landings, DJs, face painting, food, drinks, and famous cars from the DEZER Collection Auto Museum on display, the day continued with exhilarating rides around a makeshift racetrack. Led by volunteers and celebrity drivers – like Miami’s very own DJ Williams – the kids screamed with joy as they raced down hairpin turns and exciting straightaways in exotic Lamborghinis, Corvettes and Paganis. Donated by Prestige Imports, these luxury automobiles (and the day itself) gave the young guests of honor something money can’t buy: hope, positivity and a happy distraction from the struggles of their everyday lives.

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Mardis Gras Casino is located at 831 North Federal Highway. In addition to Prestige Imports, sponsors of the event included Gotham Dream Cars, Genius Advertizing, Sign Savers, MPH Club and The Fantastic Part Factory.