Red Rock Search And Rescue


Red Rock Search & Rescue was formed in 2012 to find Ron Kirk, a hiker that went missing somewhere in the Red Rock National Park, west of Las Vegas, Nevada. As a non-profit, community based search and rescue organization, Red Rock SAR has helped in the rescue and recovery of many people who needed to be found.

Their area of coverage includes Southern Nevada, portions of Southern Utah, Southeastern California, Northern Arizona, and the Colorado River Communities.Southern Nevada, portions of Southern Utah, Southeastern California, Northern Arizona, and the Colorado River Communities.

Due to their tireless efforts to help the community, both in a Search & Rescue capacity, as well as a community education resource, Subaru of Las Vegas chose Red Rock Search & Rescue as their 6'th charity during 2013's Share the Love campaign.

View the Red Rock Search & Rescue Website, here.

During Share the Love, purchasers of new Subarus can select between one of six charities to receive all or a portion of a $250 donation. The other five charities for 2013 are ASPCA, Make-A-Wish, Meals on Wheels Association of America, National Park Foundation and Teach For America.


Joined by Subaru of America representatives John Dunn & Christine Wersbe, and Findlay Automotive Group CFO Tyler Corder were on hand to present the 2013 Share The Love Event donation check to Red Rock Search & Rescue Commander David Cummings, and a contingent of their team.


David Cummings, Commander of Red Rock Search & Rescue was pleasantly surprised by the amount of the donation Subaru owners directed toward their team.


Dana Richardson & David Cummings, of Red Rock Search and Rescue, pose with a 2014 Subaru Outback, and the 2013 Share the Love event donation check.