2015 Race Season ~ Booty Drive
$2,115 raised
28% of $7.5k goal
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Ended Mar 13, 2015
The 2015 Race Season is right around the corner!!  Matthew and the athletes are in full fall-training mode, and looking forward to Winter!  Matthew has added Michael Baker to the team, acting as both handler and musher!  Both Matthew and Michael ... More ...

The 2015 Race Season is right around the corner!!  Matthew and the athletes are in full fall-training mode, and looking forward to Winter! 

Matthew has added Michael Baker to the team, acting as both handler and musher!  Both Matthew and Michael will be racing 17th-Dog teams in the Knik 200 (January 3rd), the Northern Lights 300 (January 23rd), and the Tustumena 200 (February 7th). Matthew will be racing in Iditarod 2015 (March 7th). 

The athletes of 17th-Dog/Team Matthew Failor will need a new booty for each foot, approximately every forty miles!  Michael's team will race 700 miles, and Matthew's team 1700miles!  That's a LOT of booties!  A set (4) of booties costs approximately $5.00.

We need help!  Please consider donating $5, $10, $20 or more, to help us get the athletes some shoes!!!  Thank you!

(For those who do not have Paypal, you are still able to use the service for free with a credit card.  If you prefer to send a ck or mo, please make payable to: Matthew Failor

and mail to: 42 West Durbin Ave, Bellville Ohio, 44813)

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For anyone donating $100 or more, Matthew will send a (hand-signed) autographed photo of his 2015 Iditarod Team as a Thank You.
Please include mailing address when donating through paypal, and understand that this photo will not be signed/sent until after Iditarod 2015 (March 2015).

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