KOOP Benefit Sunday

(Scooter does not actually go to the moon.)
(Scooter does not actually go to the moon.)

OMG, doesn't it seem like everyone's riding a scooter these days? The folks over at KOOP think it's a good idea, especially since gas is going to be a trazillion dollars a gallon by the end of the summer. Sunday at the United States Art Authority, the station raffles off a sweet scooter from Scooter Revolution, as well as one year of free rentals at I Luv Video, an improv class at ColdTowne, and a gift certificate to SpiderHouse. The Bellfuries, La Snacks, Peel, and Foot Foot provide the live music, starting at 4pm. Purchase raffle tickets on KOOP's website, or pay $5 at the door.

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