Industry News 2/4/2009

On Track! MX for Children's 3rd Annual Toronto SX Inside Line Experience


On Track!  MX for Children's 3rd Annual Toronto SX Inside Line Experience

Fundraising for upcoming March 28th Monster Energy Supercross race benefiting Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children

MX for Children, a not-for-profit organization working cooperatively with the Monster Energy AMA Supercross series, a FIM World Championship, continues their 2009 fund raising with the Inside Line Experience (ILE) at the Toronto, Canada round of the Monster Energy Supercross on March 28th, 2009.

The Inside Line Experience is a package of exclusive opportunities at the Monster Energy Supercross round at Rogers Centre in Toronto. It affords participants an unforgettable experience for the race: Hang out with top Supercross riders in an exclusive, relaxed, and small environment; attend the Supercross press conference; watch a private practice; tour a factory rig; walk the track; and get great seats.

Participating in the Inside Line Experience is a great opportunity for families to share their passion for Monster Energy Supercross as seen from the experiences of the Yaskow family, a participant from last year's ILE: "It was jam packed ... From pictures, autographs, press conference, private practice, pit passes... This was the single best experience we have had with our son".

Visit http://www.mxforchildren.org/inside-line-experience/ to download our pledge form. Friends, family, co-workers and/or corporations can all pledge donations to Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children via participation in MX for Children's Inside Line Experience. The top 10 fundraisers over $500 by March 20, 2009 will each win TWO (2) Inside Line Experience passes for the Monster Energy Toronto Supercross race.

MX for Children's Inside Line Experience pledge drive raises funds to support research at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Donations fund research for treating hydrocephalus - the #1 cause of brain surgery in children. These efforts will help improve the lives of kids that must endure multiple brain surgeries to live.