RATS Launches Virtual Mystery Tour

Rockbridge Area Transportation System is celebrating 25 years with its first Mystery Tour virtual fundraiser. Participants in the fundraiser will look for clues online to solve a mystery. The mystery is a real, unique event in the history of RATS.

Several local businesses have agreed to be Mystery Tour guides by placing clues on their websites or Facebook pages. For a $25 donation to RATS, participants in the fundraiser will be given a Mystery Tour map with the mystery and list of websites where the clues are hidden.

All detectives who correctly solve the mystery by Aug. 31 will be entered into a drawing to win prizes. The grand prize is three nights at Sycamore Bend on the Cowpasture in Bath County. Other prizes are from Pumpkinseeds, Vinyl Cuts, Brew Ridge Taps, Books & Co Toys Too! and more.

RATS is a nonprofit started in 1995 by Joan Manley who uses a power wheelchair as the result of being hit head on by a drunk driver. RATS provides transportation to people with and without disabilities to medical appointments, social activities, grocery stores, and more.

For more information about the Mystery Tour, go to https://www.rockbridgetransportation.org/25th-anniversary or call the RATS office at 463-3346. To join the RATS Mystery Tour, contact Terri Bsullak at tbsullak@yahoo.com.

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