Lake Pleasant Taken over by Cycle de Mayo EventPEORIA, Ariz.--April 13, 2005--Cinco De Mayo weekend will never be the same in Arizona! Thousands of people daily will take over Lake Pleasant May 5-8. The purpose: to participate in the first-time-ever Cycle De Mayo festival that benefits the Make A Wish Foundation.
Spearheaded by producers and visionaries Andrew Wise and Nino Albanese of Albanese & Wise Promotions LLC, Cycle De Mayo will prove to be a one-of-a-kind event this year! "The Mexican-themed event will start out with a hot Latin flare on Cinco de Mayo day with the LA Mombo Combo Band and the Samba Dancers performing sizzling hot performances. Other exciting activities planned include such events as Soft Tail Biker Fashion Show, Dyno-Drags, Motorcycle Stunt Teams and much, much more!" stated Wise.
With such sponsors and vendors as: Budweiser, Arrowhead Harley, Metro Motorsports, Street Metal Cycles, Coca-Cola, Bourget's, Hacienda Customs, Iron Eagle Motorcycles, T-Mobile, Law-Tigers, Banana Communications, 93.3 KDKB, Auto Trader, Bad Boys Customs, Gazelle Clothing, VIP Creations and more, attendees will experience a wealth of daily and nightly activities.
Such activities include Live Bands, Extreme FMX, Fireworks, Las Vegas Extremes, Cowtown Paint Ball, Famous Belize Chicken Drop, Party Boats, Racing at Speedworld, Harley Top Fuel Drags at Speedworld, Comic Relief, Seal-Wash Bikini Bike Wash, Biker Best of Show ... just to name a few!
Among the daily activities is a $1,000,000 Texas Hold'em Charity Tournament. Participants will choose entry-level options in order to be part of the tournament scheduled for Saturday, May 7, 2005 at 5 p.m. Proceeds from the entire Cycle De Mayo Event will benefit the Make A Wish Foundation.
Various packages are available to attend the event to include RVs and campers. For more information visit www.cycledemayo.com for Cycle De Mayo and www.azbigballers.com for the $1,000,000 Texas Hold'em Charity Tournament or call 602-229-2992.
Vendor Booths and Sponsorship opportunities are still available, please call 602-291-1088.