The Road 2 Recovery Foundation Announces a Fundraiser for Nick DePaloTuesday, December 5, 2006 | 5:52 AM
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Scottsdale , AZ - Honda rider Nick DePalo suffered a dislocated hip, shoulder and severe spinal cord injury while racing at the Gatorback Winter Olympic's on November 24th. A cat-scan revealed a shifting of his 6th and 7th cervical vertebrae and an almost complete severing of his spinal cord. There will be a Benefit Ride / Auction on December 17th at Seminole Tribe MX Park (www.seminoletribemotocross.com).
100% of gate fees will be donated to Nick DePalo
There will be a free lunch with donations accepted
9-1 will be open riding
1-3 will be live auction hosted by Wes Kain
Additional items to be auctioned include Honda Race Bikes (450F & 250F's), Bars, Dunlop Tires, Pipes and much more.
A big thanks to the sponsors including Seminole Tribe, FLmx Magazine, South Florida Motocross, Double Zero Productions, Engine Ice, American Honda, Palmetto Motorsports, Dave Daybrek Construction, Rick Case Honda, Orangemen Development Corp, G-2 Photos MX, Vortex, Link Ink MX, Mxwebsites.com and Performance Honda.
If you cannot attend the Ride Day, donations can be made to www.road2recovery.com under Nick DePalo.
Be sure to bookmark www.road2recovery.com for more information for exciting announcements about great upcoming fundraisers. For all Road 2 Recovery business please contact Anita Button at 480-276-1131.
The Road 2 Recovery Foundation is dedicated to helping AMA licensed motocross members with financial assistance if they sustain career-ending injuries as well as providing motivational, emotional and spiritual support to these individuals and their families. For more information and sponsorship opportunities contact Road 2 Recovery at 480-276-1131 or [email protected].
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