Boggy Creek

Minneapolis, MN – (January, 2008) –Boggy Creek has one mission, to help children forget what they have for awhile. The participating Builders at the 2008 Builders Breakfast are going to help them do that, one breakfast at a time. “With the help of this years sponsor’s, we are sure to raise more money than last year for Boggy Creek. Boggy Creek is making life a little easier for special kids in Florida. As a father myself, I can’t imagine what these kids endure daily. We need lots of people to come and have a bite to eat with us at Destination Daytona so one more child can forget what they have for a little bit longer” said 2008 Host, Russell Mitchell of Exile Cycles.

Camp Boggy Creek, a year-round camp for children ages 7-16 who have chronic or life threatening illnesses, is located on 232 acres in Eustis, FL. The Camp allows children whose lives have been a series of medical procedures and hospital stays to enjoy a camp experience as just a “kid.” There is no charge to attend Camp Boggy Creek and it is solely supported by contributions and donations from individuals, corporations and foundations. Since its opening in June 1996, Camp Boggy Creek has served over 32,000 seriously ill children and their families with the help of a core group of 5,500 faithful volunteers and support of corporations, foundations and individuals each year.

Baker Drivetrain and the Builders Breakfast will be releasing more information about an all new promotion very soon. “In 2007 we dabbled with the Builders Breakfast events at both Daytona and Sturgis. Everyone at Baker knew 2008 would be the year we jumped in with both feet. These events are the heart and soul of this industry” said Bert Baker, Founder Baker Drivetrain.

The Builders Breakfast Daytona event has dozens of builders already confirmed including our 2008 host Russell Mitchell. Join the most recognized Builders for a casual breakfast and lively auction at Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona. Expect to see amazing auction items signed by all attending Builders! Also at the Daytona event, artist Adam Croft of Last Ride Leather will donate another hand made Builders Breakfast motorcycle seat (see photo). This item was the first to go at last years Sturgis event! New for 2008 is an alliance with S&S. S&S will provide an S&S /MAC Tools toolbox and toolkit for the live auction. You can be sure this toolbox will be the hot item of the morning. “S&S is proud to associate with a group that goes the extra mile to support those in need” explained Bret Smith, President S&S Cycles.

The 2nd Annual Builders Breakfast Daytona will take place during bike week, Tuesday, March 4, 2008 at Destination Daytona. Tickets are for sale online at: Choose Daytona Harley-Davidson button to be connected to site.

A very special thanks goes to those who go above and beyond to help the Builders Breakfast make history; Dave Nichols, Baker Drivetrain, Marilyn Stemp, Paisano Publications, Iron Works, S&S, Heel Guard, McDonald’s Sturgis, Arby’s Ormond Beach, Michael Lichter, Paul Yaffe Originals, Sara Liberte, Chrome Marketing, Jim Betlach, Jay Allen, Bikers InCite, Broken Spoke Saloon, Bikernet, Ron Segal, ChopperBuild,, Suzy, Cheryl, Cindy, Kathy and numerous other generous people and companies. Not to mention a big special thanks to attending Builders; Paul Yaffe, Eddie Trotta, Aaron Greene, Paul Cox, Keino, Russell Mitchell, Kendall Johnson, Russell Marlowe, Kim Suter, Jerry Covington, Donnie Smith, Dave Perewitz, Billy Lane, Arlin Fatland, Rick Fairless, Brian Klock, Chica, AMD World Champion Chicara, Scott Webster, Roland Sands, Michael Prugh, Jesse Rooke, Arlen and Cory Ness, Brian Klock, Randy Simpson, Roger Goldammer, Matt Hotch and Jim Nasi.

For sponsorship information, call: Chrome Marketing, 952-470-4297. For information on Camp Boggy Creek visit or call 866-Go- Boggy. For more information on Baker Drivetrain visit:, for more information on S&S, visit: