Season 6 Episode 1 Segment 1
Ride Like A Local was onsite at the Calgary Motorcycle Show to interview Adrian & Frank of the Airdrie Oilmens Association.
The Airdrie Oilmen's Association, started in 2003, is a group of people in the gas and oil industry that are raising money for local charities in Airdrie. They promote a positive community image of the Airdrie Oilmen's Association in and around Airdrie by directing funds raised back into the Airdrie community’s local charities. Three of the charities that benefit are North Rocky Community Links ,Airdrie Food Bank , and Airdrie and District Victims Assistance Society .
Thanks to some key sponsors and three main events held each year, the Airdrie Oilmen's Association have raised nearly $200K for the charities in their community.
The Airdrie Oilmen's Association is always in need of sponsors and volunteers for the following events:
The Annual Golf Tournament
The White Collar Boxing Event: Corporate professionals and services employees will be facing off in the squared circle for a fully sanctioned Alberta Ameteur Boxing march all in the name of charity.
Bikes and Bulls: People from all over Canada and the US join together for Bikes and Bulls. A weekend of drag racing, show & shine (cars, trucks & bikes), motorcycle and car rally, and professional bull riding. A full party weekend with live music and free camping!
The Airdrie Oilmen's Association. Building stronger communities by giving back to the community.
To learn more or to donate, please visit www.aoaalberta.com.
If you are blessed enough to live where you can be riding today, please remember to ride like everyone around you is blind and can not see you.
Belt Drive Betty
Editor & Rider