JULY 13, 2024STURGEON ELECTRIC CHARITY RIDE & RALLY
RAIN OR SHINE | KICK-STANDS UP 10 A.M. | IN BY 4 P.M
Benefiting Freedom Service Dogs of America
Join us to support the training and placement of service dogs with active military, veterans and others with disabilities. Participants of Sturgeon Electric’s Poker Run will wind through the Denver-metro and front range area while earning one playing card at five separate locations. Enjoy prize raffle and fun with a final draw at the last stop. Winners of the best poker hands must be present to receive cash prizes!
Rain or shine, we ride on Saturday July 13, 2024! Kick-stands are up by 10 a.m. and the ride ends at The Grizzly Rose in Denver at 4 p.m
REGISTER BY JUNE 28, 2024 TO RECIEVE $10 OFF YOUR REGISTRATION AND RECEIVE AN ANNUAL POKER RUN PATCH
Don’t miss your chance to win a hand that supports a paw
Freedom Service Dogs is a nonprofit organization that transforms dogs into custom-trained, life-changing assistance dogs for people in need. Clients include children, veterans and active duty military, and other adults. Their disabilities include autism, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, and post-traumatic stress disorder. For more information about this nonprofit organization, visit the Freedom Service Dogs website!
The Sturgeon Electric Poker Run includes five stops, starting in Brighton at Copper Rail Bar & Grill and ending in Denver at The Grizzly Rose where thousands of dollars in prizes will be awarded!
Copper Rail Bar – 174 S. Main St. Brighton, CO 80601
The Last Shot– 17268 CO-119 Blackhawk, CO 80422
Dirty Dogs– 17999 W Colfax, Golden, CO 80401
The Grizzly Rose– 5450 North Valley Hwy. Denver, CO 80216
Best Poker Hand – Cash Prizes!*
The top three poker hands will win cash prizes – – *you must be present to win!
Best Poker Hand
1st – $1,500
2ND – $1,000
3rd – $500
Don’t miss your chance to win a hand that supports a paw!
An additional scorecard is available for $20 – the limit is one extra scorecard per person/rider/participant.
** If you have two scorecards, you are unable to choose which scorecard the drawn card is assigned to.