Limpnickie Lot Footprint to Aid Florida Food Bank

March 2, 2011
Courtesy of Shiny Side Marketing
Limpnickie Lot footprint

We are proud to announce that for the second year the Limpnickie Lot Footprint will be left with the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida during Daytona Bike Week. The Limpnickie Lot Footprint was created to leave an impression within the rally communities.

We are asking you to stop by the local grocery store and pick up a few extra canned goods to help replenish the bare shelves. You can add your donations to the big red bins located at the Stone Edge Skatepark throughout the week. We will also be accepting cash donations as their state program that allows them to buy it back for a greater amount. With the generous donations during last year’s Bike Week, we raised $550. We chose to spend the first hundred dollars at the local Food Lion store to add to the bins, which was a total of 140 lbs. of non-perishable food. We then proceeded to write a few checks totaling $450 to the Second Harvest Food Bank.

“With Second Harvest of Central Florida’s buying power equates to $4050 dollars worth of food. That in turn will feed 83 families of four for four days. We really appreciate you thinking of us and starting this program. You have made a lot of needy families happy,”stated Second Harvest operation manager, Bob Thomas.
We look forward to a great Bike Week and would like to thank you in advance for your contribution. If you are not heading to Daytona but would love to donate, please go to the Limpnickie Lot blog, and click the paypal link on the left side panel. 100% of the donations will go to Second Harvest Food Bank.

For more information about the Limpnickie Lot Footprint, please contact Lisa Ballard at  

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