Mason Gonzales, 10, and his grandfather, Tim Trevitt, pose with copies of their Guinness Book of World Records certificate at a recent Susanville City
Council meeting. The dynamic duo have launched a new nonprofit — Hope Wheels — and host a fundraiser from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 4 in the parking lot next to the Lassen County Chamber of Commerce on Main Street in Susanville. Photo by Sam Williams
After several attempts at attaining a Guinness Book of World Records title, a Susanville grandfather (Tim Trevitt) and his grandson (Mason Gonzales) finally won the record, and now they want to share the excitement of Hot Wheels with children in hospitals across the nation.
The official Guinness Board of World Records certificate, obtained for completing a record number of loop-de-loops by a Hot Wheels car on a Hot Wheels Track, will be on display in Highway to the Gaming Zone along with and assortment of Hot Wheels cars and a Hot Wheels track for youngsters to enjoy.
Susanville councilmember Thomas Hererra, owner of the Highway to the Gaming Zone on Main Street, hosts the exciting event from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 4 in the parking lot next to the Lassen County Chamber of Commerce on Main Street in Susanville.
The dynamic grandfather/grandson duo have created a new nonprofit organization — Hope Wheels — which they will launch it with the Friday afternoon fundraiser. They hope to bring their love of Hot Wheels to children in hospitals to brighten their lives and bring them hope.