Fans Trade Food for AMA Tickets at Thanksgiving Food
Fans Trade Food for AMA Tickets at Thanksgiving Food Drive
SONOMA, Calif. (IMMEDIATE RELEASE) - Community members and race fans have a chance to help those in need while helping themselves to race tickets at Infineon Raceway's 2nd annual Thanksgiving Food Drive.
Infineon Raceway will partner with Froggy 92.9 FM, The Fox 101.7 FM, Cycle Gear, Destination RKA and Friends In Sonoma Helping (FISH) to help feed the needy in Sonoma County by collecting non-perishable food items. The public is encouraged to bring food items to the raceway during regular business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.) from October 14 - November 18. Items can be dropped in bins located in the main office.
Those who cannot make the trip to Infineon Raceway still have a chance to participate in the food drive. The Destination RKA store in Healdsburg will serve as a satellite food drop location and is located at 1423A Grove St. RKA is open Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. For directions, please call (707) 433-3727. Participants can also drop their food at Froggy 92.9 FM, located at 1410 Neotomas Ave., Suite #200 in Santa Rosa.
Donations can also be made in the Bay Area at select Cycle Gear locations, including Cycle Gear stores in Pleasanton (5755 Johnson Dr., (925) 251-1110), San Francisco (2nd & Townsend, (415) 546-0212), Hayward (22249 Misson Blvd., (510) 888-9100) and Concord (2350 Monument Blvd. (925) 680-8018). Food items can also be sent in by mail to: Diana Rose, Infineon Raceway, Highways 37 and 121, Sonoma, CA, 95476.
Those who donate three or more food items will be rewarded with a free ticket to AMA Supercuts Superbike qualifying on Friday, May 2. To receive your ticket voucher, simply present a photo ID with your non-perishable food items to the employee at the front desk. Only two tickets are allowed per family. Those who donate food at any of the satellite locations or by mail will receive their ticket vouchers by mail.
Infineon Raceway was able to donate more than 1,000 pounds of food in 2001 thanks to generous donations, and the goal is to eclipse that record this year. FISH works to provide emergency and temporary assistance to Sonoma Valley residents experiencing times of need. Each year, FISH supplies 1,853 households with three days of groceries, and calls for assistance continue to come in at a rate of more than 12 calls per day.
For more information, please contact Diana Rose at (707) 938-8448 ext. 118 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org