Snow City Cycle Marine hosted it’s annual open house and Kawasaki Day on May 5th/6th, with proceeds donated to Ride for Sight Central Ontario, a non-profit organization committed to Fighting Blindness Canada. The event was a huge success, drawing in a large crowd of friendly faces and Kawasaki enthusiasts.
The event was fun-packed with various activities, including autograph signings by motocross racer Tanner Ward & Snow City’s sponsored rider David MacKay, live music by a local DJ, and dyno tuning to showcase the power of the latest Kawasaki models. Visitors also had the opportunity to participate in giveaways and other contests.
One of the highlights of the event was the opportunity for visitors to meet and chat with some of the most prominent names in the Kawasaki community, who were on hand to share their experiences and knowledge with the crowd.
In addition to all the fun and excitement, the event also had a charitable component. Snow City Cycle Marine raised funds for Ride for Sight Central Ontario through donations, raffles, and other initiatives. The organization is dedicated to supporting the research, advocacy, and education programs of Fighting Blindness Canada, which aims to find a cure for blindness and other vision disorders.
Overall, the Kawasaki Day & Open House events at Snow City Cycle Marine were a huge success, thanks to the enthusiastic participation of visitors, sponsors, and organizers alike. The event not only provided an opportunity for Kawasaki enthusiasts to come together and celebrate their passion but also raised awareness and funds for an important cause. We look forward to seeing what Snow City Cycle Marine has in store for the next years events!
Message from Snow City:
“Thank you so much to our amazing Customers and great staff for pulling off one of the best launches of some cool Kawasaki’s thank you to all the Kawasaki team for showing up and supporting us! To say we have the best customers would be a understatement! Thank you everyone for coming out and supporting us and all funds raised for Ride for Ride for Sight Central Ontario“