This weekend was truly special. We had the chance to work with over 600 athletes and their families at the Special Olympics Indiana Summer Games with our bicycle programs. Our goal was to highlight what a great tool the bicycle is for fitness and health and what an equalizer it is among all ages and abilities.
We certainly believe we hit this goal and delivered our message in the way everyone who has seen us in action would expect Nine13sports to deliver. We had athletes who had never been on a bike, athletes who ride a bike all the time, athletes that needed help getting on the bike and once they did were moving fast and athletes that got to ride on our bikes with family members next to them.
Michael Furnish, President & CEO of Special Olympics Indiana: The possibilities for Nine13 and SO Indiana are almost limitless and we look forward to working together in the future
Scott Furnish, Director of Development for Special Olympics Indiana: Truly thrilled you reached out to us and got us involved with the event, the first of many
Jeff Mohler, VP and COO for Special Olympics Indiana: thanks for giving us the chance to work at this incredible event
Stephanie Young, Health Promotion Clinical Director for Special Olympics Indiana and our site liaison for the Games: You hosted one of the most smoothly run events we’ve ever worked at (which is a ton!) and spoiled us with how great everything went throughout the event weekend
Marty Posch, Finish Line Youth Foundation Director: Truly a pleasure to finally meet you and have you see our program setup in action. Looking forward to meeting with you and finding ways to work together in the future between the FLYF and Nine13
Ashley Gibbons, Finish Line Youth Foundation: Loss for one company is definitely a gain for Marty and the FLYF, great to finally meet you in person after our many digital exchanges–love the excitement and passion you bring to youth fitness and health across Central Indiana