Palm Beach and Martin County 2nd Annual 'Big' Poker Run

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Palm Beach and Martin County 2nd Annual 'Big' Poker Run To Benefit The Family Of Jupiter Police Officer Bruce St. Laurent

Palm Beach and Martin County Community Businesses United for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Poker Run

Stuart, FL (September 26, 2012)- Palm Beach International Raceway and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties, Inc. (BBBS) unite to host the 2nd Annual Big Poker Run on Saturday, September 29, 2012 ending at Palm Beach International Raceway’s Bike Bash. BBBS would like to invite the Palm Beach and Martin County communities to participate in our next ‘Big’ event whereby the proceeds from the Poker Run and Bike Bash will be donated to the family of Jupiter Police Officer Bruce St. Laurent, killed in the president’s motorcade.

The Poker Run Routes:
 
North Route:
1. Harry and The Natives
2. Uncle Mick’s
3. Palm Beach International Raceway

South Route:
1. Harley Davidson of Palm Beach
2. JJ Muggs Stadium Grill
3. Palm Beach International Raceway

Big Brothers Big Sisters ‘Big’ Poker Run will kick off a day of motorcycle mania at Palm Beach International Raceway’s Bike Bash presented by by Harley Davidson of Palm Beach! Bikers will make their way to Palm Beach International Raceway to enjoy motorcycle drag racing, top fuel bikes, grudge racing, burn out contest, bike show, tattoo contest, bikini contest, live music, vendors and more!

· First Bike Out: 10AM, Last Bike Out: 11:00AM, and Last Bike in 2:30PM
· $10 Per Hand, $5 Per Additional Hand, and $2 For Extra Cards
· Best Hand: $400, 2nd Best Hand: $200 and Worst Hand: $150

“BBBS would like to thank our poker run stops and Palm Beach International Raceway for agreeing to participate in our ‘Big’ event,” said Fund Development Director Kelly Ring. “We are lucky to live in such a charitable and giving community, and we thank everyone for their support. BBBS will use the funds raised efficiently and effectively to improve the lives of our local children.”

BBS provides children facing adversity aged 6-17 with volunteer mentors who serve as positive role models. Since 1986 the organization has provided mentors to children in Martin County and since July 2010 in Palm Beach County. Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBSA) recognized the Martin County organization in 2007 as one of the 35 best performing agencies nationwide. BBBSA recognized CEO William P. Bee Jr. as “CEO of the Year- Small Agency Category” in 2007. South Florida Business Leader Magazine ranked BBBS in 2009, 2010 and again in 2011 as one of the top 100 South Florida small businesses. Visit www.mentorbig.org to learn more. Contact: Aleisha Garcia