Monster Energy Hosts Stupid Cancer Benefit

February 24, 2012
Courtesy of Monster Energy
Monster Energy

Join Monster Energy Gives Back for an amazing night at the raceway to benefit Stupid Cancer, a national nonprofit organization that helps young adults fight cancer and win.

“We couldn’t be happier to be partnering with a forward-thinking corporate partner like Monster,” said Matthew Zachary, cancer survivor and Founder/CEO of Stupid Cancer, (aka The I’m Too Young For This! Cancer Foundation). “It is because of relationships like these that we are able to serve our mission and help so many young adults facing the challenges of cancer.”

Guests will receive one free indoor go-kart race and one free raffle ticket for a $20 donation. Food will be offered for purchase. There will also be a silent auction featuring items such as RC Trucks, Monster Energy athlete gear, helmets, framed and signed posters, etc. There will also be trophy trucks, buggies, sandrails and Pro 2 Short Course Trucks displayed for everyone to check out.

Friday, March 16th from 6 pm to 10 pm
$20 per person

Pole Position Raceway
1594 E. Bentley Dr.
Corona, CA 92879
(951) 817-5032

Monster Energy Gives Back, Stupid Cancer Foundation and Stronghold Motorsports as well as
Monster Energy athletes and celebrities to include, Jeremy “MC” McGrath – seven-time Supercross Champion and off-road racer, Trigger Gumm – motorbike rider and one of the first distance jumpers since Evil Knievel, X Games Gold Medalist and Freestyle MX rider, Jeremy “Twitch” Stenberg and Andrew Buck former pro motocross and ATV racer. Casey Currie who won the TORC Pro-Lite Points Championship in 2010 will also be there along with Cameron Steele who is known from his ESPN/ABC/NBC/CBS and Speed network TV gigs, but feels most at home flying across the desert in his beloved Trophy Truck.

“Stronghold Motorsports is proud to share in Monster Energy’s philanthropic endeavors,” said Scott Bailey, Managing Partner Stronghold Motorsports. “We are honored and privileged that our team and athletes have the opportunity to participate in this event to support the I’m Too Young For This! Cancer Foundation as we spread the “Stupid Cancer” message.”

The event at Pole Position is being held to raise more money and awareness to benefit Stupid Cancer, which helps empower young adults affected by cancer through innovative and award-winning programs and services.

For more information on Monster Energy Gives Back and Monster Energy athletes please contact Kim Dresser at (949) 300-5546 or or visit