This event goes RAIN OR SHINE!
27th Annual Vancouver Motorcycle Toy Run
Sunday, October 2, 2005
Leaves Coquitlam Center (2929 Barnet Hwy in Coquitlam - www.coquitlamcentre.com/location/) at 10am
Entry fee is a new childs toy wrapped in plastic or a monetary donation to the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau
ALL MOTORCYCLISTS WELCOME!
All toys donated to the Christmas Bureau for distribution throughout the Lower Mainland. The Christmas Bureau kindly requests more sport and educational toys. Please no stuffed toys!
Commemorative pins available.
For info please call (604) 580-0111 or 1-877-580-0111.
CAN'T MAKE IT TO THE TOY RUN?
You can still help out by sending your toy or monetary donation to the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau at 1370 Napier, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6T 4B4 or contact them at (604) 253-7191
VENDOR SPACE AVAILABLE AT VANCOUVER TOY RUN
With somewhere around 10,000 people in attendance, this is a great venue to display your product and support a great cause! For info please call (604) 580-0111
TOY RUN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!!!!!
We are looking for volunteers to help out with various things at the 27th Annual Vancouver Motorcycle Toy Run on Sunday, October 2, 2005. If you are interested in helping out please contact Chris Bayliss at the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau at (604) 253-7191. Thanks!!
ESPRESSO FOR TOY RUN PARTICIPANTS!
Look for the Saeco tent at Coquitlam Centre where they will be giving out shots of espresso to participants by donation!
Last year was a banner year for the Vancouver Toy Run, drawing over 10,000 riders of all makes and models that helped raise over 7,000 new toys and $16,000.00 in cash donations (a new record) for the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau. The Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau, who have been serving the less fortunate for 75 years, distributes these toys to several other Christmas Bureaus throughout the Lower Mainland.
We hope to make the 2005 toy run an even bigger success and with your help we can! Please spread the word. Lets make sure that every motorcyclist in B.C. knows about this ride, so that more underprivileged children and families can have a happy Christmas. And, as always, pray for sun!!!
For details on upcoming toy runs and other rides throughout B.C. please check out the "events" page on our website at www.bccom-bc.com.