Winners of ROAR® Bike Raffles to Claim Prizes
ERIE — Winners of the three Roar on the Shore® motorcycle raffles are claiming their prizes during presentations at the respective bike dealerships, rally organizers announced today. All media are invited to attend.
Laura Rocco (ticket 2066) of Albion, Pennsylvania will take home a 2015 Kawasaki Ninja 300, during a presentation at 3 p.m. Friday, July 22, at Joe Askins’ Off-Road Express location at 9070 Peach Street. The bike was donated by major sponsor Off-Road Express.
Ryan Yarington (ticket 2047) will ride off with his new Indian Scout Sixty motorcycle during a yet-to-be-determined presentation, at the Off-Road Express Route 8 location, also owned by Joe Askins, at 10320 Wattsburg Road. The bike was donated by major sponsor Indian Motorcycle of Erie.
Major sponsor Street Track ‘n Trail presented Harley raffle winner Tyler Mutton (ticket 2352) of North Canton, Ohio with his new Heritage Softail Classic on Wednesday, July 20, at the dealership at 13723 Conneaut Lake Road in Conneaut Lake. Mutton was given his choice of one of six models – a 2016 HD Heritage Softail Classic, 2016 HD Fat Boy 103, 2016 HD Softail Slim 103, 2016 HD Low Rider 103, 2016 Street Bob 103, or XL1200CX Roadster (new model was released by Harley in May 2016). See attached photo.
The winning tickets – among the 3,000 sold – were drawn Saturday night, July 16, on the Country Fair Main Stage.
Roar to the Vineyards Poker Run (sponsored by Off-Road Express):
- Matt Herman — $200 (Royal Flush)
- David Wickman — $150 (Straight Flush)
- Charity Montag — $100 (Four Kings)
- Steve Ciotti — $50 lucky winner
Roar to the Microbrews Dice Run (sponsored by Moe’s Southwest Grill):
- James Mulvehill — $200
- Emily Scholeno — $150
- David Margraf — $100
- Charles Cox — $50 bonus prize
Hometown Taste & Tour (sponsored by PNC):
- Terry Fromknecht — $200
- Don Jackson — $150
- Patrick Cirino — $100
Proceeds from this year’s 10th anniversary rally benefited the St. Martin Center New Playground Project, a state-of-the-art playground at its Erie facility. The playground is a vital tool and provides the children with a safe and functional recreation space.
To date, the Manufacturer & Business Association and Roar® boards have donated approximately $800,000 to charitable organizations, including the John Kanzius Cancer Research Fund, Shriners Hospitals for Children – Erie, local Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom veterans and their families, SafeNet’s Big Backyard Children’s Garden, the Flight 93 National Memorial Campaign, the Perry 200 Commemoration, the Boys & Girls Club of Erie, St. Patrick’s Haven and Erie Homes for Children and Adults’ Project First Step.
Next year’s Roar on the Shore® rally is set for July 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16, 2017.