Love beer? Love sports? Love kids? Love acting like a little leaguer while drinking beer in support of kids?
Boy do we have the opportunity for you.
Rowdy Bars, The Courage Project, and Brewing Up Business invite you to the first annual Rowdy Olympic Games! On September 28, Rowdy Olympic teams will gather at 10 Torr's facilities on Mill Street (Interior, Patio, Alley and Parking area) to parade their athleticism and competitive edge at the first annual Rowdy Olympic Games. All proceeds will be donated to the Courage Project.
The Rowdy Olympic Games
WHEN: Saturday Sept 28th is the day!
WHERE: 10 Torr Distilling and Brewing: 490 Mill St, Reno, NV 89502
Check in at NOON
TIME: 12 - 4 pm
TICKETS: $200 ($50 per person); includes 2 beer tickets per person, swag bags, and access to food trucks.
16 teams (teams of 4) will compete for the glory (and for two free beers) in support of the Courage Project. Get ready for the games. Hint: there will be tricycles.
About the courage project
The Courage Project is a Nevada-based non-profit organization founded by psychologist Brie Moore, PhD. The Courage Project provides children with experiences that challenge their expectations regarding their capabilities. Their goal is to help children with anxiety and depression believe in their ability to live their lives to the fullest.
Brewing up business
Brewing Up Business is an informal networking group created for business owners, entrepreneurs and creatives to get around the table over a cold brew to converse, support each other's ventures and share what's what in the business community.
Be a Champ: Sponsor the Rowdy Olympics!
The Rowdy Olympics is made possible with the help of volunteers from Brewing Up Business, Rowdy Bars and the Courage Project.
Support the Rowdy Olympics and the Courage Project off the field as a Champion Sponsor. We’re looking for a handful of sponsorships of $500 to make the Rowdy Olympics extra special for spectators and athletes. Sponsors will have their business featured throughout the event and will have the option of setting up a promotional tent or booth space.
If you would like to sponsor one of these areas by donating, volunteering your services, or supplying equipment for the day please email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject headline: I want to be an R.O. Sponsor!
The raddest, baddest print shop in town is lending their print abilities to help us out with sweet posters to pin around town and event signage for the day of the event!
This truck will be supplying the delicious for all event-goers. Come hungry!
We have heard rumors of some sort of delicious donut skewer. Visit Donut Daddy to see how they supply the sweet.
The beer that was born right here. You’ve seen it in every worthwhile store in the area … no enjoy some cold ones with friends at the Rowdy Olympics.
We’re so thrilled the giving people at Crombacher are bringing their mobile beer trailer to pour up some local suds. What regional breweries will they feature? Stay tuned … then try them all (responsibly of course).
Arguably the finest business mingler in the area, Brewing Up Business is pulling together all the Rowdy Volunteers to make sure the Olympics go smooth, no one cheats, and everyone has the time of their lives.
Those punchy hoodlums at Bareknuckle Brand Marketing selected this event as their pro-bono extravaganza of 2019. Bareknuckle is handling all event promo, organization, graphic design and marketing.
Can’t have a tricycle race without quality tricycles. Thank you Reno Bike Project for helping out with the fun!
Why do all the volunteers look so sexy? Custom volunteer shirts supplied by the badasses at Doughnuts and Deadlifts, that’s why.
We have animals! Giant. Stuffed. Animals. Thanks to the Midway at Circus Circus, we have giant, ridiculous, silly carny-style prizes to give away to winners of all kinds.
Pics or it didn’t happen! Thanks to Josh for snapping shots for us to capture the insanity.
Who else could come through with a dunk tank? Kids Ultimate Bouncers, thank you for ensuring a handful of lucky folks will dunk a handful of unlucky folks.
Jay from JTH Multimedia will be capturing the event in motion, providing video services and capturing all the action.