TC Roller Derby Double Header to Benefit Disability Network on May 17


TC Roller Derby







Traverse City Roller Derby has chosen Disability Network as their charity partner for their double-header at the Grand Traverse Civic Center on May 17, 2014. Various activities will take place to raise funds in support of the nonprofit organization. Doors will open at 5pm, and action begins at 6pm.

The Toxic Cherries will first face off against the Thames Fatales of London, Ontario. Afterward, the Cherry Bombs will play against Marquette's Dead River Derby Girls. This event is a steal of a deal, as attendees will get two bouts for the price of one while also supporting Disability Network’s efforts.

Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 if still available at the door. This is a family-friendly event, children 10 and under are free. (NOTE: All seats for children under 10 must be reserved by ordering a free ticket online. Free tickets will not be mailed, please print your order confirmation to redeem for kids tickets at the door.)

Cheer on our local Derby Girls and help Disability Network assist people with disabilities in our community. This double header bout will knock your socks off! You won’t want to miss it!

Click here to reserve your tickets today.





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