Maxapalooza cancelled

Dear Friends and Fans, Supporters and Sponsors:

It is with some sadness that we have made the difficult decision to cancel Maxapalooza. We arrived at our decision over the past 48 hours after much analysis, discussion and reflection amongst ourselves, our organizing committee, and top sponsors.

Simply put, Maxapalooza was going to be an amazing event experience, but the projected revenue from attendance and donations, even with corporate sponsors helping to cover some of the costs of producing the event, was not enough. The last thing we wanted to do was create a great event which raised no money for pediatric cancer research.

If you purchased a ticket, the full price of your tickets will be refunded to you. Look for an email from either PayPal or Google Checkout to serve as confirmation of your refund.

Max's Ring of Fire remains as committed as ever to our mission of helping fund important research to find a cure for neuroblastoma. Our mission and commitment to it remain unchanged. You can keep up-to-date on what we'll be doing next by visiting us at MaxsRingOfFire.org or by becoming a fan of MROF on Facebook.

If you have any questions or concerns, or would simply like to talk to us further about our decision and the factors involved, please don't hesitate to e-mail us or call: 858-342-1432.

With hope for a cure,

Melissa & Andy Mikulak, Max's mom and dad and
founders, Max's Ring of Fire, Inc.


bob said...

next time Andy, we'll get it...

Anonymous said...

Andy and Melissa,

I am so sorry to hear this; it must have been a hard decision, but it makes sense. Your family has been through so much, but you have never wavered in finding a cure for NB. I am in awe of your dedication to this cause. Admiring you from afar!!


Anonymous said...

I'm really sorry that the event is cancelled, but ever inspired by your determination to fight.

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