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Thousands of miles across the Outback, driving an “eclectic” old car that has certainly seen its better days and may not be up for the journey.  Night camping car side, and a route that’s only known to the organisers.  This is the stage set for the Mystery Box Rally 2017, a true adventure if there ever was one, with funds raised going to help the Cancer Council of NSW.  Never shy of taking a challenge, or helping their very valued community, leading micro and speciality greens company Pocket Herbs and Produce are very happy to have entered two team members Ian Collier and Ian Reynolds into the race.  They will be competing as Team Pocket Rocket.

“Both Ian Collier and myself are excited and a little worried about the thousands of kilometers we have to drive on dirt roads in our 32 years old car!” commented Iain Reynolds. “But as long as we raise the money for the Cancer Council of NSW we will be very happy!”

Pocket Herbs and Produce are well known and respected for producing premium quality, gourmet micro greens and herbs out of their greenhouse at Burringbar, near Byron Bay, NSW.  A hybrid hydroponics growing process using the principles of organic food production, has won over the loyalty of a growing number of clients in NSW, Queensland and beyond, including some of the best reviewed restaurants in the country.

The Mystery Box Rally 2017 begins and ends in Dubbo leaving on November 25th and returning on November 29th.  All cars participating must be 25 years old or older and sourced by the racing team themselves.  So far this year close to $500,000 has been raised in support of the Cancer Council of NSW and that number is sure to rise as the rally gets closer.