Paso’s Pink Moto Ride to benefit Cancer Support Community, 2014
Full day of fun, food, music & more to raise funds for cancer patients & their families
Get ready to get your pink on Paso Robles. The first Annual Paso’s Pink Moto Ride is coming to town Oct. 25 and this is one ride you don’t want to miss. This is no ordinary ride – organized with the intent to raise funds and awareness for The Cancer Support Community California Central Coast, Pink Moto promises a full day of fun, food, music, prizes and more.
“This event is the vision of our Cancer Support Community supporters, Rich and Tracy Secchiaroli,” said CSCCCC Executive Director Christie Kelly. “It will be a fun day for everyone and, most importantly, it will help us raise much-needed funds for cancer patients and their families.”
Meet in Parkfield!
The ride will have participants meeting up at the Parkfield Café around 7 a.m. where they will munch down on pink pancakes and pose for group photos before heading out for a 40-mile or so ride along the back roads leading to Barrelhouse Brewery in Paso Robles. The cost – $50 per rider or $75 per couple – includes breakfast, an event T-shirt, after-party barbecue eats and beer, chances to win prizes, great music and so much more.
For those interested in adding a bit of friendly competition to the day, a fun, optional challenge has been issued: Set a goal to raise a specific dollar amount, and then ask friends, family, co-workers, and just about anyone you know to pledge dollars for your Pink Moto Ride miles. Want to make it a group effort? Have your group register for the ride, set a goal, and allow supporters to issue a challenge – how about $50 if riders wear a pink tutu or add pink décor to their bikes?
“We encourage everyone to have fun with this,” said Kelly. “Get creative and surprise us!”
Party after the ride
Following the Pink Moto Ride, participants will enjoy an after-ride barbecue and party, with music from Route 66 and Second Class Citizens, from 1-5 p.m. at Barrelhouse. Prizes will be awarded in a number of categories including most funds raised and most outrageous pink outfit.
“All profits from the event will be used to support local cancer patients and their loved ones currently battling cancer, especially breast cancer patients, which is the largest population we see,” said Kelly. “No one should face cancer alone – and that is the main focus of this Pink Moto Ride.”
Sponsorship opportunities available
Current ride sponsors include CannaVest Corporation, Il Cortile Ristorante, La Cosecha Bar + Restaurant, Parkfield Café, the bands Route 66 and Second Class Citizens, and Silhouette. For those individuals and businesses interested in sponsoring Paso’s Pink Moto Ride, various sponsorship opportunities are still available including:
• Title Sponsor
• Featured Awards Ceremony Sponsor
• Band Sponsor
• Company Team Sponsor
• Swag Wagon Sponsor
• Water Sponsor
• Raffle Prize Sponsor
In addition, there are chances to have signs created and lend support to the event including your company’s ride sign and “in memory of” ride signs. To register for Paso’s Pink Moto Ride, learn more about sponsorship opportunities, and for more information, visit www.twcccc.org or call (805) 238-4411.
More about The Cancer Support Community
The Cancer Support Community’s principal activities include: providing researched based adjunct psychological and social support services for cancer patients and their families serving San Luis Obispo and Monterey Counties. We lead countywide screenings and provide preventative education to the community at large and at risk populations: Latinos, aged, cancer specific groups, hospitals, public health groups and direct inclusive efforts with our community partners. We also provide educational opportunities for the medical community in education and cancer specific programs, forums and awareness campaigns in our service area. Currently, we provide over 70 different programs currently and growing.
Since instituting programming in 2006, The Cancer Support Community has provided programs of cancer support, outreach and education in six different geographical locations county wide.We have served over half of the annually estimated newly diagnosed cancer patients in our service area and know we have many more to reach. Visit the Paso Robles office at 614 13th St. in Paso Robles, call (805) 238-4411 or go to www.twcccc.org to learn more.