ITP/ Big Daddy Motorsports 2nd annual 88 Live To Ride Benefit Dinner to be held at Pleasure Valley Raceway (GNC MX Rd. 9)

For Immediate Release
June 26th, 2008: Stan Digby of ITP & Big Daddy Motorsports will be hosting the second annual 88 Live To Ride Benefit
Dinner July 12th at round nine of the ITP Moose Grand National Championship ATV Motocross Series (Pleasure Valley
Raceway in Armaugh, PA). The dinner will be held Saturday evening in the ITP pit area on vendors row. Last year’s
dinner raised well over a thousand of dollars for the non-profit “88 Live to Ride” fund. Racers, fans, track workers, and
race teams are all invited to attend.
“We (ITP Tires & Bigdaddy Motorsports) had a great time last year and only expect it to get bigger and bigger each year.
I think what Ms Debi and Doc Ragon do for the sport is great. Last year we raised $1200.00 and our goal this year is
$3000.00. I just want to thank everyone that has helped with this. Karen Cooper, Jorge Cuartas, Cernic’s Racing, and all
the other sponsors.”
“The dinner last year was a great time of fellowship and enjoyed by all who attended. Many thanks to Stan and Jorge for
taking the initiative to host this fundraising dinner that benefits something that means so much to me.” Debi Bartosek 88-
The menu will consist of: Spaghetti, salad, dessert, and drinks
2008 Sponsors: ITP Tires, Bigdaddy Motorsports, Media Allstars, Cernic’s Racing, Hetrick Racing, JB Racing,
ATV Racing Extra, ATV, Pittman Racing, Gilchrist Racing, K & K ATV, Janssen Motorsports, Ron Laurine,
Gear Race Wear, Quadfast, Xplicit Motorsports, Tittle Brothers Racing, Davey Boy Motorsports,
Concrete Cutting Systems
About 88 Live To Ride: The support of family, friends and the racing community when Matt, Debi’s son, died in a racing
accident led to the decision to form a corporation, 88 Live to Ride, Inc., to further expand on needs, seen as necessary,
in the sport of ATV racing. The mission of 88 Live to Ride, Inc. is to advocate and support the protection, education and
safety of riders involved in ATV racing events. Thru fundraising events held in 2005 the corporation was able to purchase
a 20’ Vintage trailer to use as its medical unit along with a Yamaha generator to supply power to it. Doc Ragon uses the
medical trailer to provide “walking wounded” care, free of charge, to the racers; their families and the spectators of the
sport we all love. Also in 2005, Yamaha Motor Corporation stepped up to the plate and provided 88 Live to Ride with a
Limited Edition Rhino to be used as their official pit vehicle at race events.
The Board of 88 Live to Ride, Inc. consists of Debi Bartosek, Jorge Cuartas, Cindi Hart and Beth Laurine. The IRS officially
granted the corporation its 501(c)(3) tax exempt status and it is now recognized as a Public Charity.
For Sponsorship and additional Information please contact:
Stan Digby @ (662) 891-7684 or [email protected]

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