Evening with the Pros:
Phil Gaimon, Lauren Hall, Brad Huff
and Homestretch Founder Kathryn Bertine

 Join us for a fantastic evening of dinner, drinks & amazing conversation with some of pro cycling’s greatest characters. “Evening with the Pros” in Tucson, AZ on Thur Nov 15th. Details below!

Join us for a fantastic evening of dinner, drinks & amazing conversation with some of pro cycling’s greatest characters. “Evening with the Pros” in Tucson, AZ on Thur Nov 15th. Details below!

 

The Homestretch Foundation Presents
An Evening with The Pros: Phil Gaimon, Lauren Hall & Brad Huff
    And Homestretch Founder, Kathryn Bertine

 Thursday November 15, 2018     *     5-8pm     *     Tucson, Arizona

Join us for dinner, drinks & discussion with these terrific pro cycling stars to benefit Homestretch Foundation. $200 donation. Limit 30 guests. Please RSVP (info below) by Nov 10th.

 

Phil Gaimon – Pro cyclist and bestselling author of Draft Animals
Brad Huff – U.S. National Champion and World Champs Medalist.
Lauren Hall – U.S. National Champion and inspiration for Homestretch Foundation.
Kathryn Bertine – Author, filmmaker, retired pro cyclist & activist for women’s rights.

On the bike and off, their passion, humor and stories are unmatched. Join us for dinner, drinks & discussion on Nov 15. We look forward to introducing you to Phil, Lauren, Brad & Kathryn.

 Our evening begins at 5p, Q&A and dinner served 6p! Our residence is on the Northeast side near Tanque Verde/Catalina Hwy. (Address will be given to all guests upon making their reservation.) To reserve your spot, email or call Homestretch: KB@homestretchfoundation.org 520-330-4644. Donations to Homestretch Foundation can be made via credit card, PayPal, & check: www.homestretchfoundation.org/donate. Thank you for helping Homestretch thrive!

 

Homestretch Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit providing free housing to female professional athletes who struggle with the gender pay gap in professional sports. Since opening in 2017, Homestretch Foundation has assisted 37 athletes from 10 countries in five different sports. Donations to our endowment fund enable our residents to thrive and our program to continue as we work to dismantle salary discrepancies worldwide.