Continental Tire was back on the road over the weekend as the brand hosted its sixth Drive-In Watch Party of the year – this time at Minnesota United FC who took on Sporting Kansas City on September 13.
Hundreds of fans came together to watch the game safely from their cars as MLS returned to play in home markets after the completion of the MLS is Back Tournament.
As part of Kick Childhood Cancer month in September which is National Childhood Cancer Awareness month, fans were encouraged to post a Message of Hope for a pediatric cancer patient on Twitter. When posted with the hashtag #KickChildhoodCancer, the message triggers a $25 donation by Continental Tire to Children’s Oncology Group.
For more on Continental Tire’s Drive-In Watch Parties, visit www.celebratingsoccer.com.