Fuel Good Community Concert Move to May 7, 2022
September 17, 2021

Fuel Good Community Concert Featuring Gord Bamford moved to May 7,2022

Camrose, AB- The Fuel Good Community Concert in support of the Gord Bamford Foundation, presented by Wild Rose Co-operative Association LTD in partnership with Peavey Mart, Kubota, Camrose Chrysler have made the difficult and disappointing decision to post-pone the Fuel Good Community Concert from September 25, 2021, and moving the concert to May 7, 2022.

The current COVID-19 uncertainty in the Province of Alberta, the health and safety of our ticket holders, volunteers, entertainers, and event organizers is our number one priority, and hopefully in the next two months we will be able to come together for a great community event in support Camrose Community Groups.

All tickets purchased for the September 25, 2021, show will roll over to the May 7, 2022, show, due to the charitable nature of the event, no ticket refunds will be processed at this time.

Wild Rose Co-op has partnered with the Gord Bamford Foundation for Fuel Good Day 2021 on September 21, 2021, where Wild Rose Co-op will be donating 7 cents per litre and $1.00 from every Co-operative Coffee and Big Cool sales purchased that day to the Foundation. Camrose Community groups are encouraged to apply to the Foundation for funding. Wild Rose Co-op and the Gord Bamford Foundation invites everyone to “Fuel Up” and come and enjoy the activities on September 21, 2021 at the Downtown and Eastside Gas Bars.

The Fuel Good Community Concert featuring Gord Bamford, with special guests Blake Reid and Maddison Krebs is an event to compliment Fuel Good Day and funds raised through the concert will also be donated through the Gord Bamford Foundation to the Camrose Community.

The Gord Bamford Foundation is passionate about supporting youth. As a Foundation they provide funds for initiatives that include or involve music, education, health care, sports, and multi-use facilities that benefit youth across Canada. In the fourteen years of operation the Foundation has generated over $4.2 million dollars, supported more than 63 worthwhile children's charities which has impacted more than 700,000 children.

Camrose Community Groups can apply for funding at www.gordbamfordfoundation.com
Any questions or concerns can be directed to Rick Stang, Operations Manager at Wild Rose Co-op at 780-672-3107.


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