Local Roller Girls host first Spanksgiving


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Posted Online: Nov. 12, 2012, 2:11 pm
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Press release submitted by Farm Fresh Roller Girls


LOCAL ROLLER GIRLS HOST FIRST SPANKSGIVING

Farm Fresh Roller Girls VS Cedar Rapids Roller Girls


The Farm Fresh Roller Girls have started their third season with a new level of hotness, including new colors and a Fresh new look! The Girls are on a nine game winning streak, starting out this season 2-0.The current momentum indicates that the remainder of the season will be as equally impressive!

The First Spanksgiving is The Farm Fresh Roller Girl's second bout of their regular season. They are indisputably prepared to bring you to the edge of your seat with the hardest hitting, fastest skating,most extreme women in this area! Recent additions to the team include Priss'N' Vinegar, IzzyDorablleandAbRAEshun.The team will also be showcasing fan favorites such as 86 'N' Vixen as well as Farm Fresh's notorious Goon Squad: Freddy Bruiser, $yphiliz, and Ooton. When recently questioned ifshe was ready to "Spank"Cedar Rapids, Freddy Bruiser adamantly declared, withfists pumping the air, and a grin of undeniable superiority,"KILL!, KILL!, KILL!".

More exciting news from Farm Fresh is the addition of an Official Team Chiropractor!Dr. Dan Neises of the Neises Chiropractic Clinic, 2512 18th Ave Rock Island, IL 61201will provide his healing touch to all of our aches and pains from the hard floors of the Derby track.

This team was founded in May, 2010,createdto give area women the opportunity to become part of an organization that emphasizes personal empowerment and provides opportunities for broad community outreach. The Farm Fresh Roller Girls are member-owned and governed. Each bout, the team selects a specific charity to benefit. The some of the proceeds from the First Spanksgiving will respectively go to the Riverbend Food Group.
The Farm Fresh Roller Girls will be showcasing their "spanking" abilities VS the Cedar Rapids Roller Girls Saturday, November 17th at the QCCA Expo Center, Rock Island. Doors open at 6:15, bout begins at 7. You can purchase tickets at brownpapertickets.com, or from any of your favorite Farm Fresh Roller Girls for $10. Tickets will be $12 at the door and all children 10 and under will be admitted free.For more information, visit Farmfreshrollergirls.com, find us on Facebook at Farm Fresh Roller Girls, or you may also follow us on twitter at "farmfreshrg".

















 




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