King Action Sports turns it pink

With more than 10 years of Fair experience, Keith King works hard to change and enhance the King Action Sports stunt show each year. Whether adding a new ramp to the stage or partnering with a charity organization, King believes that these changes keep fans and fairgoers coming back each year.

This year, King decided to partner with Susan G. Komen for the Cure to promote breast cancer research and awareness. Both King and his wife, Dani Swords, have friends and family who have been diagnosed with the disease and hope that the show will raise awareness of and support for the cure.

On Saturday, Oct. 23, King Action Sports will host a Survivor Night show at 5 p.m. The show will honor those in the fight against breast cancer, as well as those who have survived. Come check out the show and don’t forget to wear pink! Also, make sure you check out the daily schedule for a complete list of stunt show performances.

Check out the video below. The BMX and motocross riders painted their ramps pink and added pink detailing on their shirts–all in support of breast cancer research and awareness.

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About SweetCorn

Katie Ray interned for the N.C. State Fair in 2010. This is her bio from that year: Normally, I’m known as Katie Ray. However, from now on, I’ve decided to be referred to as Sweet Corn—after all, who wouldn’t want to be nicknamed after a vegetable that tastes like candy? Growing up on a small dairy farm, I have always held the N.C. State Fair close to my heart. From the livestock and rabbits to the deep-fried food and rides, I truly do love every aspect of the Fair. Through this blog I hope to spread my enthusiasm for and keep y’all informed about 2010 Fair happenings!

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