Fundraising & Training
$337,267 Raised by 219 riders!
Just two training rides are left between now and the Courage Classic. We are so excited for this comeback tour and can’t wait to see you all. We had a fabulous ride with Amy, Julie and the whole Climb For Coop Team on Saturday and are invigorated to raise money these next few weeks.
All apparel packets will be filled tonight and mailed out ASAP, if you have not reached your fundraising goals, they will be waiting for you in Copper. If you don’t regularly check your mail or PO BOX where your mail is delivered, please do. These are shipped regular mail USPS. If you have moved from when you ordered or registered, please reply today.
Wheels will have a table for packet pick-up, as well as some giveaways, and size exchanges at registration from 3pm-7pm in Jack’s on Friday July 15th. We also invite you all to our Team Party for snacks and stories from 4pm-6pm on Saturday July 16th. Our Party meetup will be on the stairs at Copper Station in the East Village for our Team Photo and then we will head upstairs to gather (Same location as 2019). We have opted for appetizers and drinks so that we can all join the event program later/head to dinner or mingle as desired for the rest of the evening. Catch some shut-eye and do it all again on Sunday! Apparel will be available for pick-up at the Team Party as well as gear for sale.
I also want to share a quick thank you to the people at ZingServe. While it may not mean a lot to each and everyone of you, ZingServe has been hosting our website for 18 years, through a couple domains. As we have added more family stories and photos ZingServe doubled our storage capacity for free, and has discounted our domain hosting for life. And I quote, “because we love what you’re doing”. Please use ZingServe to host your websites, today!!
With each change in captainship and transition between leaders, there have been minor hiccups. Bradley Scott, formerly known as email@example.com, has been a lifesaver this spring and summer. Bradley has been remote teaching me how to update the website and taken more than a dozen Amber-Web-Support calls.