Polaris Donates RZR to Help Moore Family
Monday, April 8, 2013
Caleb Moore was a professional freestyle snowmobile rider who, due to injuries sustained during the 2013 Winter X-Games in Colorado, passed away at the age of 25. In an effort to help the Moore family, Polaris recently donated an RZR XP900 to be raffled at the High Lifter Mud Nationals. The full Polaris announcement is included below.
At this year’s High Lifter Mud Nationals, Polaris donated a RZR XP 900 to raffle in memory of Caleb Moore. The unit was dressed with donations from other companies including High Lifter
wheels and tires, Pro Armor
doors, a Kicker audio system and a Toyskinz Caleb Moore replica wrap. Fly
gear provided gear for two people and Rockstar Energy Drink donated Rockstar for a year to the winner. With the Moore family in attendance, Colten Moore drew the winning ticket, who was Austin Hopkins of Kilgore, Texas. The raffle raised $14,400 for the Moore family.
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