Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Get your motor running!

Aspiranet, Robert Hall Winery to host motorcycle run in support of foster care, November 8

(CENTRAL COAST, CA) Aspiranet, one of California’s largest nonprofit adoption and foster care support organizations, and Robert Hall Winery in Paso Robles are teaming up to host a Black Vest Affair Motorcycle Run from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 8, 2009.

All proceeds from the event will directly benefit the Central Coast Chapter of Aspiranet.

“Not your normal run-of-the-mill charity event, this gathering of horsepower promises to be an escape from the daily grind for folks while benefitting foster children in the Aspiranet program,” said Deborah Masullo, owner of Doughboys Pizza and a member of the Aspiranet Central Coast Impact Council. “What could be better than pairing a leisurely motorcycle ride through the wine country of California’s Central Coast with good food, friends, and the road less traveled – all to raise hope for foster children?”

The charity ride starts up at 1800 Grand Avenue in Grover Beach, ending at Robert Hall Winery in Paso Robles, just in time to feast on a lunch prepared by Catering by Chef Charlie with live music and prize giveaways.

Ticket holders will have an opportunity to enter drawings to win a trip for two to Las Vegas, cooking classes from Catering by Chef Charlie, and other donated raffle prizes.

Sponsors include Robert Hall Winery, Catering by Chef Charlie, Rontal, Doughboys Pizza, It’s Your Party, and Toby Bellocchi of Tobyco Builders.

Headquartered in South San Francisco, the Central Coast Chapter of Aspiranet is at 200 South 13th Street, Suite 101, Grover Beach. For more information call 805.473.8760 or visit

To ride the wind:

$40 per person: includes ride, lunch, souvenir shirt, and raffle ticket
$30 per person: includes passenger or non-rider participation, and lunch

Advance purchase tickets only.
To purchase tickets, visit or call 805.473.8760.

Aspiranet Interview contacts:
Art Chaparro, Director of Development Aspiranet

Deborah Masullo, Impact Council
Aspiranet Central Coast

Media Contacts:

Consortium Media Services
Tina Vervoorn, ext. 117
Melissa Healy, ext. 116

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