The second annual Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce Route 66 Challenge will be held on October 28, 2017. The event starts at Old Towne Antiques & Eatery and ends at The ARK Community and Sports Center. Sonic Drive-In is our 'Mother Road' Sponsor and Ireland Architects is our Route Sponsor.
Get your team together and register today for this game of strategy and fun. Pre-registration for teams of two is $45.00 with an additional charge of $5 per additional team member ages 6 and up; Post registration is $55.00 for a team of two with an additional charge of $5 per additional team member ages 6 and up. Pre-registration deadline is October 13th. Each pre-registered team is guaranteed one free t-shirt with registration. Additional t-shirts may be purchase if available. There are three ways to register; online at www.route66challenge.com, at the Chamber Office, 137 St. Robert Blvd., ste. B between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and the day of the race. Limited spots for teams.
This event is open to public.
Winners will be awarded a cash prize of $150 and discounted entry fee for following year; a $150 check will be awarded to a charity of choice from the Chamber for Good website. Social Media, Best Team Theme, and 'I Got Kicked on Route 66' winners will also receive awards.
Although you can sign up the day of the race, we encourage all teams
to sign up beforehand so when you arrive, your team can start strategizing.
So come and be a part of the second annual Route 66 Challenge sponsored
by Sonic Drive-In and Ireland Architects and hosted by The Waynesville-St.
Robert Chamber of Commerce.
The Route 66 Challenge is a strategy game with 8 adventures. It is NOT a road race.
Register your Team for the Route 66 Challenge. Here you will find a registration form.
No game without rules. Be prepared by reading our rules.
Here are our Sponsors. If you would like to become a sponsor you will find the form here.
The Waynesville - St. Robert Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization of citizens who are investing their time and money in a community development program, working together to improve the economic, civic, and cultural well-being of the area.
Any citizen who is interested in helping to develop the area is eligible to be a member of the Chamber of Commerce. The work of the Chamber is financed by the investment of the members.