Rock Virginia Beach this weekend at Bikers for Tykes & Troops Rally

By on April 8, 2010 at 1:01 PM

Posted in: Marketing & Communications

Going to be in/around the Virginia Beach area this weekend? If so, drop by the 2010 Bikers for Tykes & Troops Motorcycle Rally. All the weekend’s fun-filled festivities will benefit the Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters and the USO of Hampton Roads.

Here are just a few of the weekend’s highlights to tempt your palate for some motorcycle-rallying fun:

  • Friday, April 9: The Mike Proffitt Band is performing with special guest Suburban Key Party.
  • Saturday, April 10: Each registered participant in Saturday’s Freedom Ride will be entered into a drawing to win a new 2008 Harley-Davidson XL883. Musical performances include national country artist, Lee Brice, Tailgate Down and David Cynar.
  • Sunday, April 11: “Best bike” contest, poker run, and a performance by Rock Star Parking with special guest Bullwinkle.

All of the weekend’s events will be held at the KOA Kampground in Virginia Beach. Motorcycle exhibits, vendors and other activities are planned throughout the weekend; a full schedule for the weekend can be found at www.bikersfortykesandtroops.org.

It’s for a great cause, so please come out and support the Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters and the USO of Hampton Roads.

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