Extreme Sandbox’s First Annual Vikings/Packers Extreme Border Battle Event – Fundraising Smash
Team whose fans donate the most to Crescent Cove between now and end of game on Sunday “wins”:
a construction excavator will demolish a minivan decorated in the opposing team’s color and logo
HASTINGS, Minn. (Nov. 21, 2014) — Extreme Sandbox will host Extreme Border Battle 2014 — an opportunity for Vikings and Packers fans to participate in a fundraising competition in which the “winner” gets to brazenly flaunt the ultimate display of in-your-face good fun, bad sportsmanship toward the opposing team.
The challenge? The team whose fans donate the most to Crescent Cove between now and the end of the game on Sunday wins. Vikings fans can submit their donations here: www.razoo.com/story/Go-Vikings. Packers fans can submit their donations here: www.razoo.com/story/Go-Packers
Updates will be posted on Extreme Sandbox’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ExtremeSandbox
The prize? A construction excavator will lift, drop, smash, maim, mangle and demolish a minivan painted with the opponent’s team color and logo.
The grand finale? The demolition will take place at 2 p.m. CST on Monday, Nov. 24 (SEE UPDATE BELOW). Extreme Sandbox and Crescent Cove will post the demolition video and photos on their Facebook pages. The video also will be posted on YouTube.
The ultimate winner? Crescent Cove, a non-profit organization working to provide respite and end-of-life care to children with life-limiting conditions, and their families.
“The rivalry between Vikings and Packer fans can be fierce and car smashes are always a favorite option and Extreme Sandbox, so we thought it would be a blast to combine those two elements into one event,” said Randy Stenger, Extreme Sandbox founder and CEO. “The result is an extreme, in-your-face diss to the opposing team and its fans, and the ultimate winner is a really great charity.”
About Extreme Sandbox
Founded in 2012, Extreme Sandbox is located on a 10-acre site in Hastings, Minn. It offers packages for individuals, recreational groups or corporate team-building groups that enable users to operate excavators, bulldozers and skid steers to complete specific tasks and navigate obstacles. For more information, visit www.extremesandbox.com.
UPDATE – Car crush demolition will take place at 2 p.m. CST on Monday, Nov. 24. Bob Tift, President of Crescent Cove, will be onsite to participate in the car crush. All media and general public are welcome to attend.
Special Offer has been created – http://conta.cc/1BYV5oz
For more information:
Haugen Public Relations