Community Comes Together to Support Lincoln Park BMX

 

A huge thank you from Angeles Millwork, Hartnagels and Lincoln Park BMX, to all our incredibly generous customers, suppliers and selfless community! 

CEO Kelly Fox and Advertising Coordinator Josh Bergesen presenting Lincoln Park BMX representatives, Sean and Lori Coleman and George Williams, with checks and cash from our inaugural Community First Saturday Promotion totaling $1084!

We’d like to thank everyone who shopped with us this past Saturday, you are the driving force behind the current and future success of our Community First Saturdays. 5% of the retail sales was donated to Lincoln Park BMX along with over $300 in cash donations from our customers! 

But that wasn’t all.

Allweather Wood, our treated wood supplier went above and beyond by donating the treated timbers needed for the new BMX staging deck.  In excess of $4,000 worth of materials, Allweather’s donation was instrumental in creating the world class facility here in Port Angeles!

Adam Brown, Sales Manager at Allweather Wood, stated, “We take great pride in the relationships that we have with our partners in the building industry, and take great pleasure in assisting them on ventures that create a healthy environment for our communities.  Allweather Wood believes that an investment in coordination with Angeles Millwork and Hartnagels into the Lincoln Park BMX track, is a solid investment into the children of your community. Thank you  for allowing Allweather Wood the opportunity to participate in this valuable project.”

Want to know more about Lincoln Park BMX?

If you missed it, or you want to shop and feel awesome again, join us Saturday May 5th as we continue on with Community First Saturdays by benefiting the Captain Joseph House Foundation. Our goal is to raise enough money to build a fence that will enclose their property.

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