R2R Atlanta SX AuctionMonday, February 12, 2007 | 7:51 AM
Scottsdale , AZ - The Road 2 Recovery Foundation announces exciting Ebay auctions for the 8th round of the 2007 Amp'd Mobile Supercross Series in Atlanta, GA. The first auction will include 4 VIP Full Access Credentials The four VIP Credentials will allow the winners all day pit access before and after the race, Press Box Access and seating for the race. The Press Box is some of the greatest seats in the house, and there is closed circuit T.V. so if you missed something chances are you'll be able to see it again. Also included is a tour of a team race rig (team and time to be determined by promoter). The minimum starting bid will be $500.00.
The Road 2 Recovery Foundation will also be auctioning off an additional 4 tickets to Atlanta. with all day pit passes along with a tour of a team race rig (team and time to be determined by promoter). In addition a set of SUNLINE Flex Levers (Brake and Clutch) personally autographed by James Stewart, Smith sunglasses, Thor Backpack, Oakley goggles, Sixsixone Defender 2.5 Flat White Chest Protector with Neck Roll installed, and other cool swag from One Industries, Ogio and Rockford Fosgate is included. The minimum starting bid will be $250.00.
Be sure to bookmark www.road2recovery.com for more information for about these exciting auctions and 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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