Feld Motor Activities declared today that TwoTwo Motorsports' fundraising events group is the receiver of MX for Kid's first Jackpot feature Task Team Prize for the 2013 Beast Power AMA Supercross, an FIM World Tournament, year.
The widely popular TwoTwo Motor rushing group, which is owned by two-time 450SX Class Champ Chad Reed, brought up nearly $12,000 for children's medical centers in 2013. Koen McLeod, of North america, was the highest fundraising events event on the TwoTwo Motor rushing group, and, as a result of his charitable efforts, he was granted a trip to Las Vegas for the long awaited Beast Power Supercross year ending at Sam Boyd Ground.
"I have attended MX for Kids events since their first fundraising events event in Dallas in 2006," said Chad Reed, owner of TwoTwo Motor rushing. "I'm recognized to win this Jackpot feature Task group award because I think it is so great to see my young lovers getting out increasing money to help sick kids."
The Jackpot feature Task provided Beast Power Supercross lovers in North America the chance to give to local children's medical centers through MX for Kids fund increasing actions in respect of taking part groups, which included: Ford Muscle Dairy products, BTO Activities - KTM, Beast Power Kawasaki, Beast Power Pro Routine Kawasaki, Rockstar Power Racing, and TwoTwo Motor rushing. Beast Power Kawasaki fundraising events events came in second with Rockstar Power Racing rounding out Jackpot feature Task Team stage.
"Our initial Jackpot feature Task Team results surpassed our objectives," said John Total, creator of MX for Kids. "Riders on the taking part groups, such as Reed, Trey Canard and He Georke each took enough a chance to personally assistance our actions throughout the Beast Power Supercross year. We're very, very grateful of all the squad's assistance."
Funds brought up in the 2013 Jackpot feature Task directly reinforced the following children's hospitals: Birmingham's Kid's Medical center of The state of creola, Houston's Texas Kid's, Pittsburgh's Kid's Medical center, Salt Pond City's Primary Kid's, Dallas Kid's, St. Louis Kid's, and Toronto's SickKids. Resources brought up were instructed towards assisting each hospital's research to improve treatments for hydrocephalus ĘC the #1 cause of too difficult for your kids.