Wednesday is Earth Day and the event wraps up Earth Week. This is a great opportunity to both raise awareness about breast cancer, as well as the environment
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 22, 2009
UrbanScooters.com & Patmont Motor Werks (aka Go-Ped®) to participate in the 3rd Annual Scooters 4 Hooters™ charity ride and free music fest in Orlando, FL.
UrbanScooters.com, America's #1 web destination for electric and gas scooters, along with scooter manufacturer Go-Ped, join forces to help increase breast cancer awareness and raise money by donating a Go-Ped GSR Sport gas powered scooter to the one-of-a-kind event.
When: Sunday, April 26th, 1PM
Where: Wall Street Plaza, downtown Orlando, FL
What: A 22-mile, police-escorted scooter ride, live & silent auctions, scooter raffle and free live music performances.
Why: UrbanScooters.com and Go-Ped will donate a Go-Ped GSR Sport gas scooter to the Scooters 4 Hooters™ auction. All proceeds will go towards raising awareness and supporting breast cancer patients.
"Wednesday is Earth Day and the event wraps up Earth Week. This is a great opportunity to both raise awareness about breast cancer, as well as the environment," says UrbanScooters.com CEO Frank Minero, who, along with Go-Ped, will donate a Go-Ped GSR Sport gas powered scooter to the annual event. "The more we can rely on high mileage gas scooters, and not on passenger cars, for local transportation, the healthier our communities will be."
UrbanScooters.com is the country's #1 resource for the most competitively priced electric and gas scooters, and maintains its mission of improving the environment through alternate transportation technologies.
About Go-Ped / Patmont Motor Werks:
Go-Ped launched the motorized scooter craze over 20 years ago and has been manufacturing top-quality, innovative and refined motorized scooters ever since.
About Scooters 4 Hooters™:
Scooters 4 Hooters™ was created to increase breast cancer awareness and to raise money to send stage IV breast cancer patients on the trip of their dreams. Last year's event raised almost $52,000 providing trips for women and their families, as well as provided funds to uninsured women for free mammograms.