Dallas, TX (PRWEB) December 1, 2005
The 2006 Motorcops.com Calendar is now shipping. The 12-month Calendar features over 100 photographs of police motorcycle units from across the United States. The large format wall calendar, measuring 11x14 has plenty of room to keep track of your important 2006 dates. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the Calendar will be donated to Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS).
“It was great to start shipping the 2006 Edition,” said Mark Kopang owner of Motorcops.com that publishes the police motorcycle calendar. “Working on the Calendar as a part-time endeavor to my web development job has been tough. All the hard work over the past year is worth it when I hear the positive feedback about the Calendar and knowing I am helping the families of fallen officers.”
“It was a tough decision who to include in the Calendar this year as nearly 60 units wanted to participate. I ended up doing sixteen photo shoots and then selected twelve that provided a variety of motorcycle equipment, uniform styles and locations,” said Kopang.
The police motorcycle units featured in the 2006 Motorcops.com Calendar are: Metropolitan Police Department, Washington, DC, Beverly Hills Police Department, California, Lakeland Police Department, Florida, Oklahoma City Police Department, Oklahoma, College State Police Department, Texas, Spokane County Sheriff’s Office, Washington, Philadelphia Highway Patrol, Pennsylvania, Milwaukee Police Department, Wisconsin, Dallas Area Rapid Transit Police, Texas, Cleveland Police Department, Ohio, Weymouth Police Department, Massachusetts and Albuquerque Police Department, New Mexico.
This year the police calendar has a variety of advertisers: Recognition Services, Inc, Squad-Fitters, Inc, Laser Technology, Inc, PVP Communications, Inc, Harley Davidson Motor Company, Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Super Seer Corporation, Michael Vlahos, LLC, Down and Dirty Paintball and Milestone Press. Some of the businesses are directly related to law enforcement while others are supporters of the activity or trying to showcase their products to a new audience.
While there may be other organizations for the families of fallen law enforcement officers, Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. was chosen to receive a portion of the proceeds because of their national scope. COPS was founded in 1984 to provide healing, love, and life renewed for the surviving families of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. It now serves over 14,000 families nationwide with ongoing survivor support, grief counseling, scholarships and retreats.
“The 2006 Motorcops.com Calendar is barely out the door and I have already had units wanting to appear in 2007 along with a few advertisers reserving their spot. It is great to provide a quality product that people can enjoy throughout the year and at the same time help such a worthy cause,” Kopang added.
An affiliate program is also available to provide local police memorials and scholarship funds with an easy way to raise money through their web sites by referring people to buy the Motorocops.com Calendar. For each referral sale the group will earn $4.00. Complete affiliate information is at:
The Calendar makes a great gift for anyone in law enforcement, motorcycle enthusiasts and police supporters. It can be purchased for only $9.95 on the Motorcops.com web site: