Steve's Club Athletes to compete at the 2011 CF Games!

A project of STEVES CLUB NATIONAL PROGRAM

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Steve's Club Athletes. Help us to Strengthen a Nation, One Kid at a Time.

Athletes from our Local Steve's Clubs across the country will be competing at the Teen Competition during the 2011 CrossFit Games.

We have found athletes from our Local Steve's Clubs across the country and put together an all-star "Steve's Club National Team" to compete against other teenage teams at the upcoming CrossFit Games (July 29-31 at the Home Depot Center in Carson, CA).

Many of these Steve's Club athletes have never traveled outside of their city before (some have never been on a plane before!), and this will be a great opportunity for them to experience the depth of the CrossFit Community first-hand, and meet some elite CF athletes in person.

This will be their first time competing outside their box, and on a national/international stage. These at-risk kids don't have the economic means to pay for this trip, but an event like this most certainly will be a DEFINING MOMENT in their lives.

PLEASE HELP US MAKE THIS HAPPEN. Your donation will go directly to pay for their plane ticket and other expenses during the trip.

The Steve's Club National Program is a national 501c3 non-profit that brings fitness to economically disadvantaged youth. All contributions are tax-deductible. For more info, please go to: www.stevesclub.org.


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STEVES CLUB NATIONAL PROGRAM
7800 Airport Hwy
Pennsauken, NJ 08109

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Steve's Club National Program is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to bringing fitness to at-risk youth, through the work of Local Clubs.

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