TORONTO, Sept. 1 /CNW/ - A one-of-a-kind chopper has been created by
celebrity custom motorcycle builder Orange County Choppers (OCC), inspired by
the work of Ontario's transport medicine service provider, Ornge. Experience
the unveiling of this unique motorcycle; the first created by OCC for a
charity in Canada. At the same time, learn about Ornge and the Ornge
Foundation, whose important work includes raising funds to buy aero-medical
equipment, promoting improvements in patient care, and encouraging the
education and training of healthcare providers in the field of transport
Directly after the event, OCC founder Paul Teutul Sr. will be available
for a brief Q&A with the media.
Who: Paul Teutul Sr., founder, Orange County Choppers
Dr. Christopher Mazza, founder, president and CEO of Ornge
Debbie McGarry, chief operating officer, Ornge Foundation
Lou Bartolotta, executive vice-president sales, AgustaWestland,
a Finmeccanica company
When: Thursday, September 3, 2009 at 4:45 p.m.
Where: South entrance of the CN Tower on Bremner Blvd.
Following the bike reveal, the Toronto Blue Jays will help Orange County
Choppers raise awareness of Ornge at their evening game against the New York
Yankees. Various activities will include a display of the custom Ornge/Orange
County Choppers bike in Rogers Centre, and Paul Teutul Sr., throwing out the
ceremonial first pitch at 7:00 p.m. That evening, the CN Tower will be bathed
in orange light in recognition of Ornge.
- On-site media registration is required to attend the Q&A session with
Paul Teutul Sr.
- Advance registration today by phone or e-mail is required to
attend the Ornge/OCC events inside Rogers Centre.
For further information:
For further information: Lori McLeod, Ornge media relations, (416)
278-3496, email@example.com; To learn more about the Ornge Foundation, please
call (647) 428-2345, or visit www.ornge.ca