Be part of the Hollowpoint Apparel Team at the OCFD & OCPD Poker Run & Pumper Pull Charity Event for Firefighter/Paramedic, Caroline Dorton.
This event will be held at The Barn in Sanford, FL on Saturday, June 11th. Multiple 10-person teams will compete for trophies and bragging rights for who can pull the pumper the farthest in the least amount of time. Registration begins at 3pm, with the pumper pull event starting at 4pm.
We are in search of 10 people, men and women, of all ages (must be at least 18) to join the Hollowpoint Apparel team. The cost is $20 per person, with all proceeds donated to Caroline.
Trophies will be awarded for:
1st Place Male Team
1st Place Female Team
1st Place Co-ed Team
Best Team Costumes
There will be several vendors (including Hollowpoint Apparel), entertainment, food & drinks, raffles and silent auction. This event is organized by Kristi Campbell of Hooked for a Cure and is certain to be an amazing fundraiser offering fun for the entire family.
If you have what it takes to pull a fire engine, fill out the contact form below. Upon receipt of your information, we will receive instructions for remitting your entry fee. Team members will receive a complimentary Hollowpoint Apparel hat OR tee shirt which you will wear during the competition.
LET'S PULL TOGETHER TO HELP CAROLINE & HER FAMILY!
If you aren't familiar with Caroline's story, you can read about it here and watch the updated video of her discussing her injuries here.
In a nutshell, Caroline was critically injured while helping a woman who had been stabbed by her husband. Caroline was having dinner with her fiance and a friend at Chili's Grill & Bar on Lake Mary Boulevard when she witnessed a woman being dragged across the parking lot.
Without hesitation, she went to help and the woman's husband ran over Caroline and his wife with his car. The wife was pronounced dead at the scene. The husband went on to kill his two children (ages 1 and 4), then shot and killed himself.
Caroline is a mother of three children and has been with the Orange City Fire Department since 2009. She has a long road of recovery ahead, but by joining forces we can all make a small difference in her life!