Just another way that the motorcycle community always gives back. The Racing for a Wish Kuryakyn Race Team is proud to announce they have committed to fully fund a child’s wish for the
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Colorado. With the average wish costing $5,000, this is no small commitment. The team has
contributed a percentage of sponsorship to the charity each year in the past, but 2011 will mark the first year the team will be solely responsible for the cost of a child’s dream. This is possible with the immense help from the teams sponsors. The team also relies on donations from fans and enthusiasts. The team can be seen racing at the Indy GP and the last AMA round in New Jersey in the coming weeks. There fans will have the opportunity to contribute to the cause and receive Kuryakyn Racing for a Wish Team items in return.
The team will be launching a website in the coming weeks to help fans stay in touch and engaged. Until then, the team can be found at:
The journeys of the two riders, Gerry Signorelli and Bryan Desimone, can be followed on Facebook and Twitter.
Racing for a Wish markets sponsors’ brands in the thrilling world of motorsports. Racing for a Wish is a motorcycle road racing program that benefits the Make-A-Wish Foundation as it supports Gerry Signorelli’s and Bryan Desimone’s development towards becoming internationally competitive racers. In 2011, the Racing for a Wish Team is working to fund the granting of a wish for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in its entirety. With the average wish costing around five thousand dollars, the team will stay motivated to continue raising money.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation grants wishes to children under the age of eighteen with life threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy. Along with a financial contribution, Racing for a Wish reaches out to communities to raise awareness of the charity’s great cause.
Sponsorship opportunities are flexible and tailored to fit each business’/individual’s needs while targeting an ideal audience in an effective manner.