Porsche Funds Trail Renovations

June 17, 2002
Filed under Trailer News

Porsche Cars of North America, the official importer of the marque in the United States,
has created a grant program called Cayenne Crossing to donate funds for the restoration of
historic roads and off-road trails. The first restoration project is Clark’s Grade, near
Big Bear Lake in Southern California. A portion of historic Route 66 will be the next
restoration. The multimillion-dollar grant program, which is named after Porsche’s new
Cayenne Crossing sport-utility vehicle, is expected to expand nationwide during the next
few years.

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