Car club for kids with disabilities rolls into Dayton

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JoyRide, a car club aimed at kids with special needs, is hosting its inaugural event in Dayton this weekend.

Kids will be able to trade in the every day worry of doctor’s visits and medication for an opportunity to cruise around in top-notch and unique cars, including Audis, BMWs, Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Maseratis, Porsches, and more.

"Kids with differing abilities don't often have activities exclusively for them and many times they spend their lives on the outside looking in," said JoyRide Founder Blair Cornell. “JoyRide provides a unique opportunity for these kids to join a first-class club designed exclusively for them."

At the event, kids will have the opportunity to make news friends and build a sense of community.

The JoyRide event is located at Austin Landing, 10050 Innovation Drive.