Earlier this year, Zoo City Motor Sports Park announced that it would partner with Asheboro Recycling Center to host the 2011 Hospice of Randolph County Motocross Cup Challenge. As part of the 2011 Southeast Summer Series of Motocross bike racing, the Hospice MX Cup Challenge will be run during the intermission of specific motocross races and will feature several Randolph County businesses as well as service industry representatives.
During the intermission of the June 4th race, Cox’s Harley-Davidson raced against the Cycle Center. On June 18th, West Side Fire Department competed against the Level Cross Fire Department. On June 25th, Asheboro Recycling Center faced the Randolph County Sheriff’s Department and on July 16th, Randolph Electric Membership Corporation will race against Triad Propane. Following these races, the winners from each bracket will race on July 30th and August 27th, and then the two finalist will challenge each other for the 2011 Hospice MX Cup on October 15th.
All races will be held at the Zoo City Motor Sports Park, located at 279 Joe Farlow Road, Asheboro, NC. Races begin at 6:00pm and admission is $10.00 for adults and children under 6 are free. A percentage of the proceeds will benefit Hospice of Randolph County. For the past 28 years, Hospice of Randolph County has been helping patients and families face the challenge of dealing with terminal illness with strength, courage and dignity. The organization recently opened the county’s only specialized hospice inpatient facility, the Randolph Hospice House. Hospice of Randolph County provides medically directed care through a highly skilled team of doctors, nurses, social workers, personal care aides, chaplains, volunteers and bereavement counselors.
“We appreciate Barry Maness and Kim Markham working to put this event together,” states David Caughron, Director of Marketing & Development for Hospice of Randolph County. “As a non-profit health care provider, events such as this help us to continue our quality programs and services for a growing and changing community.”
Zoo City Motor Sports Park added this community-competition race during the intermission as added fun and entertainment during the race series. The management of the park invites families of all ages to come out and enjoy the excitement of motocross bike racing while helping raise money and awareness for Hospice of Randolph County. For additional information and schedules, go to www.zoocitymx.com or call (336)983-9447.