Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Lusk Legacy Foundation Gala

1st Annual Lusk Legacy Foundation Gala


Dear Sir or Madam,

On April 15th, 2009, the Lusk Legacy Foundation will hold its 1st Annual Gala. We are contacting you to ask for your support by donating items or services to be auctioned at our annual event. The Lusk Legacy Foundation is dedicated to improving the overall safety of riders in the sport of freestyle motocross by protecting the livelihood of the riders and their families at all organized events. The foundation embraces the values of which it was founded upon in recognition of Jeremy Lusk – friendship, camaraderie, passion for each other and the sport of freestyle motocross.

We are looking for items to include in our silent auction and raffle drawings. In addition, the Foundation is seeking Business and Corporate Sponsors to support this event. We would appreciate any gift certificates, goods, services or financial support you can provide. Your donation will be tax deductible, and donors will be publicly recognized in our event program and on our website.

We do hope you partner with us in our mission by supporting the 1st Annual Lusk Legacy Foundation. Please feel free to contact Marissa Deegan and Leah Steiger at 760.535.6085 or lifeoftheparty74@yahoo.com if you have any questions or need additional information.

Many thanks in advance for your support!

Sincerely,

Marissa Deegan



Marissa Deegan Leah Steiger
Co-chair Co-chair

10 comments:

  1. Jeremy Lusk was an amazing rider he handled his bike so well. Everyone knows that rides that if you don't know who Jeremy than you don't know anything about motor cross. I saw the video and was very sad that this had happened. If the family is reading this right now I now what it feels to have some buddy like that leave. But he died doing what he loved and that's the best way to go. :) Keep pulling yourself through the hard times.

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  2. he was one narly dude that we r all going to miss

    my respects.....

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  3. Yes died doing what he loved best and now he is dead! NEXT

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  4. he is a hero and will always be remembered. he pathed the way and helped the sport of fmx flourish into what it is now... rip

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  5. I'm glad to hear that something positive like the Lusk Legacy Foundation 1st Annual Gala
    is happening to help remember Jeremy and to help out future FMX.
    Jeremy will always be remembered.
    He has become a legend.
    He's riding up in the clouds now with GOD watching over us. RIP!
    I wear my Lusk wristband with pride and honor.

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  6. Is the Gala open to the public to attend?
    If so where? and what time?
    God Bless~

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  7. I know how it feels because my cousin died in a motorcycle accident but I am soon going to start riding again because that is what they would have wanted.

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