Evergreen CO — Super Seer and STG to donate helmets featuring their highly acclaimed Helmet Awareness Project, HAP, as Prizes in the 27th Annual South East Police Motorcycle Rodeo to Benefit C.O.P.S.
The South East Police Motorcycle Rodeo will be held at Pompano Citi Centre Mall, Pompano Beach, from April 20 – 23, 2016, with the main event on April 23, 2016 from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. The event, spotlights local and surrounding state competitors as they skillfully carve through various courses while demonstrating safe driving tactics. The event benefits C.O.P.S. (Concerns of Police Survivors), an organization dedicated to helping children and families who have lost loved ones in the line of duty, and other charities.
This year approximately 125 riders will compete from over 20 agencies throughout Florida and the East Coast. This year’s participants will include motorcycle units from the Seminole, Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs, Boca Raton and Miami-Dade Police Departments as well as the Broward, Miami/Dade and Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office. According to previous event surveys, Super Seer is the helmet of choice for over 85% of the participants in the South East Police Motorcycle Rodeo. New this year is the Seer / STG Helmet Awareness Project bringing the first true advancement the helmet motor officer safety.
Here is what Steve Smith, president of Super Seer had to say about the event. “This is one of my favorite events to attend every year. Super Seer is a proud participant and glad to donate some of our Police Motor helmets to the event which benefits a very worthy organization dedicated to helping the children and families of officers killed in the line of duty”
K. L. Taylor president of STG followed up by saying, “This is a wonderful event and fundraiser. We are excited to be involved in an event that promotes safety and honors survivors of officers lost in the line of duty. We’re excited to give participants the opportunity to see STG’s Helmet Awareness Project.”
The 27th Annual South East Police Motorcycle Rodeo is a spectacular family event for the local community and the participating law enforcement officers. In addition to monies raised for C.O.P.S., the motorcycle rodeo will benefit other charities including Tamarac Police Explorers, Miramar Police Explorers, Cody’s Angels and several other local charities, through sponsorship, a silent auction and raffle.
Don Solinger, President of the Rodeo said. “A committee of motorcycle officers has designed a course that is not only difficult, but fun. This year’s event, once again, will challenge the participants to be safer while performing these tasks and give us the opportunity to raise funds for a great cause. We are also thrilled to be celebrating our 27th Annual Event and we promise a lot of extremely exciting additions this year!”