Posted by Editoress on 10/9/14
Mark the date on your calendar. The 2014 Cycling Celebration p/b CCN Bikes will take place Saturday, November 15th, at the Cardinal Golf Club in King. Doors will open at 5:30pm for reception with the evening's festivities kicking off at 6:30pm.
Last year's event was one of the largest in its 14 year history and tickets went fast, so don't be on the outside looking in and be sure to get yours. Speaking of tickets....
TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!!!
That's right! Tickets for this exciting and fun-filled evening are now available. Be sure to click HERE to purchase your tickets and make your meal selection. Due to venue capacity, we will have to cap the amount of tickets available so don't wait to the last minute and get yours today. Registration for this event will close November 10th, at Noon unless we sell out first (which is very possible).
Be sure not to miss your opportunity to be a part of this fantastic evening. Once again we will be honouring the top athletes, organizers and volunteers from the 2014 season as well as presenting plaques to all of the Provincial Champions and Top 3 Ontario Cup Series finishers who will be in attendance. Download the list HERE, to see if your category will be receiving a plaque.
We once again will be having various raffle prize draws at the Cycling Celebration. All proceeds from the sale of raffle prize tickets will go towards the Mattamy National Cycling Centre.
If you or someone you know wants to donate a raffle prize, please contact the OCA office at 416-426-7416. All donations will be recognized during the evening's event and any and all donations are appreciated.
This event would not be the success it has been without the wonderful contributions from our sponsors over the years. If you or your business is interested in becoming a sponsor of this great event be sure to check out our sponsorship package at the link below.
2014 Cycling Celebration Sponsorship Package
Be sure to keep an eye on the OCA website for more information leading up to the event.
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