Kelley wasn’t the only one to walk away with some amazing prizes; the NBL also awarded four lucky participants with passes to a FREE Week at Camp Woodward. Eric Green, Zach Denniston, Matt Garay, and Cameron Johnston all walked away with an exciting week of BMX training for recruiting the most new members in their respective regions.
Throughout the season the NBL awarded 36 complete bikes from our sponsors Intense BMX, MCS, and GT to our best recruiters and supporting tracks around the country, about 20 Vigor helmets, and over $50,000 in prizes. Even our buddies went home with amazing prizes, just for participating, including magazine subscriptions to BMX Plus and BMXWorld, T.H.E numberplates, and NBL t-shirts.
The Bring A Buddy program was such a success, the NBL will be offering a Bring A Buddy Winter program for all tracks who will be extending their season. All tracks that will be running in the months of November-March are welcome to participate. The NBL will be awarding many of the same prizes listed above like trips to Woodward, helmets, and more bikes, in an effort to recruit even more new members to the exciting world of BMX.
The NBL is working hard to build a network of programs that will help capture the interest generated by the sport’s first appearance at the 2008 Olympic Games and ultimately turn that excitement into more competition. For more information about the program contact your local track and get started today. Visit the NBL website for more details.