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Nick Brocha Free Stunt Show Saturday October 27th
Published on Fri, Oct 26, 2012 (11:01 a.m.)Below is the Press Release for Nick "Apex" Brocha who will be putting on a free freestyle stunt show on October 27th at 1pm at Freedom Cycle Triumph Las Vegas located at 5031 Wagon trail Avenue. The Grand Opening event at Freedom Cycle Triumph will begin at 9am and last until 6pm, including raffle drawings, great deals throughout the store and a free stunt show from Las Vegas native and Apex filmmaker Nick Brocha.
If you have any questions feel free to contact Mark Yuill at (702) 430-3500, or email Amanda Pollard at [email protected]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FREE MOTORCYCLE STUNT SHOW
Freedom Cycle Triumph Las Vegas is proud to host Professional Freestyle Stunt Rider and Las Vegas native Nick “Apex” Brocha as he performs at the Grand Opening Event Saturday October 27th at 1pm. The event is located at 5031 Wagon Trail Avenue.
Nick Brocha is a Las Vegas native filmmaker who freestyle stunts with Team Empire. His production company, Apex Films, shot a sportbike freestyle documentary called “The Revolution,” and he was hooked on freestyling from that point on. Nick currently rides a Triumph Speed Triple 675 and will be showing his bike, as well as performing to celebrate the Grand Opening of Las Vegas’ premier Triumph dealership. The Dealership will have an hourly raffle, as well as incredible deals to celebrate.
Professional Freestyle Stunt Rider Nick “Apex” Brocha will be performing at the Grand Opening event of Freedom Cycle Triumph Las Vegas on Saturday October 27th at 5031 Wagon Trail Avenue in Las Vegas. Dealership opens at 8am and stunts will take place from 1-3pm, raffle drawing for prizes will take place every hour until 6pm.
For more information on Nick Brocha please visit http://rideatriumph.com/nick-brocha/
Please feel free to contact Mark or Brad Yuill at (702) 430-3500.
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