Friday, March 14, 2014

Donate and Skate charitable rollerblading competition (Lewisville, Texas)



The Donate and Skate competition is a rollerblading contest where the entry "fee" to compete is a donated pair of used skates, skate frames, helmets, pads, wheels or miscellaneous skate parts. The rollerblades are then assembled by volunteers during the contest and given to kids who are interested in rollerblading, but that may not have the funds necessary to buy new skates. The previous Donate and Skate competitions, held in Cedar Park and Conroe, were both a huge success. We had competitors come from all over Texas and the surrounding states. We gave away about fifty pairs of skates each competition, and at least sixty more pairs after we pieced together the remaining parts that were donated.
We want to hold the next Donate and Skate competition at the Lewisville skate park because it is one of the biggest and best skate parks in the country. It is an extremely friendly environment and would be the perfect location for our competition. The charitable event would be a great benefit to kids who live in Lewisville, as well as the surrounding cities. In addition to all the donations, we will also have professional rollerbladers in attendance to give free lessons on the basics of rollerblading. We are raising the necessary funds to make this competition a reality. If you want to back our project you can make a charitable donation to our Paypal.
Paypal email is: sicurethane@gmail.com
$100 supporters will receive a free brand new set of Sic Urethane wheels
$50 supporters will receive a free Sic Urethane shirt of our choice (sizes small-large only)

Our goal is to raise $1,200. $400 for the park rental, $200 for liability insurance and $600 for the prize winners ($300 for 1st place, $200 for 2nd place and $100 for 3rd place) We hope to see you there! Bring the kiddos and get them some free skates!

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