Denver Roller Dolls Roll Into Second Season Game July 14
June 24, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports NewsDenver is bracing itself for the second game in the Denver Roller Dolls’ inaugural roller derby season. The fast, fearless female skaters of Denver’s premier roller derby league are ready to flex some serious grudge muscles at 7 p.m. Friday, July 14, at the Denver Coliseum.
Fans have begun to side with their favorite teams - but will the hard-knockin’ cowgirls of the Shotgun Betties bring down the undefeated (and aptly named) Bad Apples? Will the crude corporate Business Casualties manage to discipline the boot camp bruisers of the Green Barrettes? With four more games left in the season, it’s anyone’s guess as to the victor of December’s championship match. What is certain is that Denver’s favorite dolls on wheels will bring their signature brand of brash and brutal skating to America’s favorite fast-paced, flat-track roller sport.
BONUS: Visit the Denver Roller Dolls’ fabulous new Website at www.denverrollerdolls.org. In addition to our whole season schedule, our terrific press, service work and other juicy tidbits, you’ll be able too linger over the pictures and derby bios of all your favorite skaters, from the untouchable Rockett to the menacing Angela Death, the sultry Disco A Gogo, and the shy but deadly Sheila Tack.
Tickets are available at www.ticketswest.com and all King Soopers locations and at the door; the $15 admission price includes free parking and kids 12 and under get in free. Groups of 20 or more qualify for a discount rate; in addition, season tickets are available. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
In addition to flexing their formidable athletic skills, the Denver Roller Dolls are proud to lend some promotional muscle to their June/July community service partner, Colorado Aids Project (CAP). The mission of Colorado AIDS Project (CAP) is to improve lives affected by HIV and AIDS and to prevent HIV infection.
About The Denver Roller Dolls
The Denver Roller Dolls is a skater-owned and -operated nonprofit organization. There is no typical Roller Doll - the women of the DRD encompass a wide variety of backgrounds, ages, shapes and skill levels. They're students, moms and professionals by day - but on the rink they assume tough derby identities like Kitty Kaos, Boo Boo Radley, and Primal Rage. What these women have in common are a need for speed and a love of the millennium's most brutal women's sport.
Invented in the 1930s, roller derby has enjoyed a number of incarnations. The latest combines the adrenaline rush of the sport with a punk-rock sensibility. The game consists of a series of races between two teams of 5 players each, in which blockers attempt to help their team's jammer (scorer) navigate the fast-moving pack while knocking the opposing jammer down.
Denver Roller Dolls
Director of PR