A whole host of top powersports industry leaders are co-sponsoring the BlueRibbon Coalition’s “Breakfast of Champions” at 8 am on Sunday, Feb. 16, 2003, at the Powersports Dealer Expo in Indianapolis.
Dealers and exhibitors are invited to a full buffet breakfast with their favorite off-highway motorcycling champions.
Malcolm Smith, Bob Hannah, Scott Summers, Scott Harden and Drew Smith will be featured at this special event in the Weston Hotel Capitol Ballroom.
“Access to back country recreation areas is critical to the future of the off-highway-vehicle industry,” says Malcolm Smith, one of the most popular of all the motorcycle champions. “I’m happy to help the BlueRibbon Coalition with this event to support their access protection efforts.”
“Join us for a friendly breakfast with some of the best food and biggest names in off- highway motorcycling,” said Clark Collins, executive director of the BlueRibbon Coalition and host of this annual event.
“We are still getting commitments from other champions, but in past years we have featured Dick Burleson, John Penton, Danny Laporte and Larry Roeseler. Chuck Sun, Guy Cooper and Jeff Freddette have also shown up at our champion’s breakfast, unannounced, to help make this a significant event.”
Motorcycle industry leader Eric Anderson will interview the champions. The bench racing stories and good natured ribbing of one another are a highlight of the event. Anderson will also conduct a “memorabilia auction” for personal items from the attending champions and guided off-highway motorcycling tours.
All proceeds go to the BlueRibbon Coalition to support its OHV advocacy efforts.
The BlueRibbon Coalition is a national grassroots advocacy group that champions responsible multiple-use recreation on public lands.
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