Aug 27, 2007
Custom motorcycle top prize in Tim Horton Children’s Foundation contest
Oakville, Ontario – The Tim Horton Children’s Foundation has announced a contest where customers who make a $25 donation to the foundation will be entered to win a custom-built “Big Tim Chopper” motorcycle.
Designed and built by Zeel Design of St-Pie, Quebec, the motorcycle features custom chrome rims, 24-karat gold maple leaf emblem, and a cupholder for coffee.
“The Tim Horton Children’s Foundation relies heavily on the generous support of our customers and store owners,” says Foundation president Don Schroeder. “We are tremendously grateful for the support of Zeel in helping to raise funds for the thousands of kids who attend the camps every year. Plus, what an amazing, unique bike for some lucky person to ride off with.”
The Tim Horton Children’s Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization that provides a camp environment for underprivileged children. For more information on the contest, visit TimHortons.com.