The Flying Piston Benefit team sponsors MotoGo – The Cleveland non-profit focused on bringing shop class back to high schools
- Saturday, February 8, 2020 – 6–11pm
- LaSalle Theatre – 823 East 185th Street, Cleveland 44119
- Tickets: $100 – CLICK HERE
- Ticket includes food stations, open bar, interactive demonstrations, experience auction packages, and live entertainment and dancing.
- Motogo Executive Director Molly Vaughan // 216.701.7073
Who is Motogo — Motogo builds confidence by providing a hands-on introduction to real world problem solving & critical thinking through the tangible avenue of motorcycle maintenance.
What Motogo does — We bring the generations of skill-building once learned in our grandfathers’ garages into the classroom. Through an industrial arts curriculum centered on a getting-your-hands-dirty application, students learn proper tool usage, measurement, calculations and small engine operation and maintenance.
Why we do Motogo — Higher learning and vocational careers should not exist as mutually exclusive entities. ALL students benefit from understanding how machines work. Many schools don’t have the resources to offer shop class in-house, or transport students to an off-site location. Motogo meets students where they are.
About Flying Piston Benefit: The Flying Piston Benefit is produced by Marilyn Stemp of Iron Trader News and Jeff Najar from Horsepower Marketing, a marketing and promotions company to raise awareness and funds for non-profits and individuals in the biker community. Each year the Flying Piston Benefit hosts a builders breakfast at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip the first Sunday of Sturgis Rally. Contact: the team or Marilyn Stemp, 828-205-8482, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.flyingpistonbenefit.com for details.