Sturgis “Kids And Chrome” Charity Event

Kids & Chrome is an eclectic mix of fun, food and festivities held in the name of enriching the outreach and programs provided by two vital Black Hills non-profit organizations, Children’s Home Society, the “Kids” in the foundation’s moniker, and Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame, the “Chrome”. The 2007 Kids & Chrome event, bringing together over 400 motorcycle enthusiasts, industry professionals and celebrities from the Black Hills community, across the nation and around the globe to “Rally for a Reason’. Kids & Chrome 2008 is slated for Wednesday, August 6th, at the Spearfish Holiday Inn & Convention Center, Spearfish, SD.
Featured at this year’s 4th Annual Kids & Chrome, will be “The Dakota”, a one-off custom bagger, created for Kids & Chrome by Tom Binyon, owner of Bagger Works Custom Touring Motorcycles. Kids & Chrome invites you to “Rally for a Reason”. Support Kids & Chrome through sponsorship, donation of either a silent or live auction item, purchase of a corporate table or individual tickets for the event, or by simply making a tax deductible donation. Tickets for the Wednesday, August 6th, Kids & Chrome benefit dinner and auction event can be purchased on-line at, or by contacting Stacey Sharp at 605/341-5226 or For Kids & Chrome sponsorship information or to donate auction items for the event, contact Darla Crown at Children’s Home Society at or phone 605/391-5555. Kids & Chrome


5 Responses to “Sturgis “Kids And Chrome” Charity Event”

  1. 1 Monica Burgess Jun 7th, 2008 at 1:42 pm

    Having been at this event each year since its inception, I can attest to the fun and overwhelming excitement that occurs when one sees all of the leaders of the motorcycling industry coming together for conversation, drinks, and great food. It is a welcome respite from the dust, stress, and food typically associated the rally (at least those of us who work it). It is so wonderful to see the people who have been coming to the rally for years have an opportunity for a special nite out, to be recognized as leaders of the industry, and contribute to the Black Hills children with the most needs at the same time! It also helps to insure that Sturgis will remain a city that retains the history of motorcycling and rallies. The Black Hills appreciates all of you!!

  2. 2 ROGUE Jun 8th, 2008 at 9:55 am

    I have had the opportunity to attend and cover this event for some of the publications and Highly Recommend It as one of the events to attend while in the Black Hills for the Sturgis Rally

  3. 3 Pepper Jun 9th, 2008 at 2:03 pm

    It’s a first-class event that helps two worthy causes in the Hills. Excellent food, amazing auction items, and loads of people you know (and want to know) to spend a relaxing evening with and offset the hectic Rally pace.

  4. 4 rodent Jun 9th, 2008 at 4:44 pm

    Support a charity in your own town…Sturgis gouges us, has cops harrass us…Give where your loved. not loved for only your money.

  5. 5 Conrad Nicklus Jun 21st, 2008 at 12:32 am

    I currently have no comment for this. My father gave a bike to Kid and Chrome a few years back and it went for, i believe, 29k. We love charity events and my father doesnt care how much he has to spend but its well worth it.

    Go Kid and Chrome. I hope for much success.

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