2010 24 Hours for The Children's Hospital4/15/2010
For immediate release:
Karting Coach racing to benefit The Children’s Hospital in 2010 24 Hours at The Track
Defending Champions, Team Karting Coach, will be returning to the 3rd Annual 24 Hours at The Track to raise money for The Children’s Hospital. As defending champions, the Karting Coach team knows what it takes to win this challenging test of man and machine and is excited to have an opportunity to race for a greater cause.
Founded in 1908, The Children’s Hospital is dedicated to the belief that all children should have the opportunity for a bright and healthy future. Consistently ranked among the best hospitals for kids by U.S. News & World Report and other publications, Children’s is known throughout the mountain region for providing world-class patient care through a four-pronged commitment to family-centered care, advocacy, research and education. Now in its second century of care, philanthropic support from the community is increasingly important. With your help, Children’s will extend its reach as a preeminent pediatric healthcare provider locally, nationally and internationally. For more about The Children’s Hospital, visit: www.thechildrenshospital.org.
Karting Coach is currently seeking donation partners of all kinds including corporate donations, individual donations, and product donations. For more information or to make a donation, visit www.kartingcoach.com/24hours or contact Mike Weatherman at email@example.com or 720-273-7586.
2010 Karting Coach 24 Hour Racing Team:
- Mike Weatherman – Karting Coach founder and 2009 24 Hours at The Track Champion
- Mark Lubischer – Karting Coach team member and 2009 24 Hours at The Track Champion
- David Zippie – 2009 Racing the Rockies T.a.G. Sr. Champion
- Anthony Gianonne – 2009 Mile High Challenge & CSC T.a.G. Sr. Champion
- Logan Kirk – 2009 Mile High Challenge S3 Class Champion