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May 19, 2017

Roadracing World Action Fund: Buffalo Wild Wings - Beloit Sponsoring Broken Wing Benefit Again

Buffalo Wild Wings - Beloit Returns as Sponsor for 2017 Broken Wing Benefit Supporting Roadracing World Action Fund

(DELAVAN, WI) is proud to announce its continued sponsorship with Buffalo Wild Wings - Beloit for the third consecutive season supporting the 2017 Broken Wing Benefit with proceeds going directly to the Roadracing World Action Fund (RWAF) promoting motorcycle safety at closed course race tracks and locally at Blackhawk Farms Raceway situated in South Beloit Illinois.

In support of the 2017 Broken Wing Benefit, Buffalo Wild Wings - Beloit has graciously donated its award winning Wings for the dinner main course scheduled Sat. September 3rd, 6:00pm at Blackhawk Farms Raceway, alongside continued support for's Mini - Wing fundraiser events for held at the Beloit location: 2747 Milwaukee Rd. Beloit, WI after select All Levels Track Day events. A portion of all proceeds from the mini-fundraisers will go directly to the RWAF on the behalf of the Broken Wing Benefit. Now in its 6th year,'s Broken Wing Benefit has raised over $34,000.00 in donations since inception.

"We are proud to partner with again this year to support and improve Rider safety and roadracing thru the Broken Wing Benefit” said Eric Miller, Manager, Buffalo Wild Wings - Beloit.

“Our Mini-Wing Dinners held after each All Levels Track Day at Blackhawk were a great success last year” said Kathleen Casey, owner “This was an easy way for our riders to support the RRW Action Fund and enjoy dinner and drinks with friends after a day at the track. We are so pleased to have Buffalo Wild Wings - Beloit return. Please join us this year in support of motorcycle safety at racetracks. ” Casey finished.

About Buffalo Wild Wings:

Buffalo Wild Wings was founded in 1982 by Jim Disbrow and Scott Lowery, business partners living in Columbus, Ohio, who were driven by hunger and were unable to find their favorite Buffalo, New York-style chicken wings. The pair took matters into their own hands, creating their own signature wing sauce and opened the first Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant on the campus of The Ohio State University. In 1994, CEO Sally Smith came on board to put in place the necessary infrastructure needed to further grow the concept. Smith has since grown the brand to more than 1,080 restaurants, and has set a goal of having 1,700 restaurants across North America in the next 10 years. The company’s international expansion began in Canada and continued into Mexico. Additional locations will open in Mexico, the Middle East and the Philippines in 2015.

About Events: Events operates the All Levels Track Days and Performance Riding Clinic programs on closed course facilities in the Midwest since 2004. Including riding education courses Real World Speed Street Skills, Sport Riding 101 and JP43 Training combined with the proven All Levels Track Day format, Events are designed to provide the most conducive track environment to optimize time and safety while delivering the highest quality experience for its riding participants. For more information on go to the company website

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