Kung Fu Saloon's Rock Rose Location to Hold Tricycle Race Benefit

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On Saturday November 5th, Austin adults will hang up their suits and hop on a tricycle to race for charity. Presented by Kung Fu Saloon, the Rock Rose district will be holding a tricycle race and obstacle course with proceeds benefitting Azleway Children's Services.

On Saturday November 5th, Austin adults will hang up their suits and hop on a tricycle to race for charity. Presented by Kung Fu Saloon, the Rock Rose district will be holding a tricycle race and obstacle course with proceeds benefitting Azleway Children's Services, a faith-based organization providing opportunities through quality services to children and families

The Rock Rose/NORTHSIDE district have emerged as Austin’s ‘second downtown’ and so far have not disappointed in making North Austin weird. The familiar names have been bringing their original ideas and competitive spirit to the Domain since earlier this year with a Burger Cook-Off, street-wide concerts and festivals.

Teams of 5 can sign up to participate online at http://www.rrtrike.eventbrite.com and pick up their registration packets (and breakfast tacos) beginning at 11 am in front of Kung Fu Saloon. Registration will be open until races begin at 12 pm. A percentage of proceeds will be directly donated to Azleway, a central Texas-based organization that focuses on bettering the lives and services of placing children in the best situations.

“Azleway is a great cause that we are excited to support,” said owning partner, Benjamin Cantu. “Along with our monthly Drink 4 a Cause events, we’re always looking for local organizations to support and partner with.”

The event comes shortly after the debut of the area’s newest addition, Northside. Nine years after launching, the Domain is well on the way to becoming complete. With an addition of more than 20 shops and restaurants, it seems that this final phase will seal the Domain as “Austin continued.”

Kung Fu Saloon opened its first downtown Austin location in 2009 with a full bar and 20 vintage arcade games. The company has since expanded to Houston, Dallas, and North Austin. They will open their first location out of the state of Texas in November of 2017. They plan on bringing their charitable and competitive spirit to the Nashville area and hope to continue partnerships with the existing forces in that community. Kung Fu Saloon is always looking for nonprofits to partner with. To nominate an organization, please contact Jessica(at)kpghospitality(dot)com. Please visit http://www.KungFuSaloon.com. Follow on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kungfusaloon Twitter and Instagram: @KungFuSaloon

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