Zero Motorcycles has donated a Zero DS motorcycle to the Steve Young/Jerry Rice Bay Area Classic, a charity golf tournament that benefits the Forever Young Foundation. The foundation was created by NFL hall of famer Steve Young, and it aims to help children facing physical, emotional and financial challenges, according to a news release.
Ninety players who entered a chipping contest before the tournament began were competing for the Zero DS prize, which has an estimated value of $10,000. The winner was Steve Strawbridge, vice president of merchandising for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
“The motorcycle was a big hit with our guests and it certainly created a lot of excitement when they realized that one of them would be taking it home,” said Sterling Tanner, president of the Forever Young Foundation. “We appreciate Zero's commitment to giving back and helping us to bless the lives of Bay Area children."
Steve Salyer, vice president of worldwide operations at Zero Motorcycles, and Steve Strawbridge, vice president of merchandising for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Photo courtesy of Zero Motorcycles.
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