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St. Baldrick’s Fundraiser 2017 – Friday Evening, March 10th

The fundraiser was a huge success with Pueblo First Responders and Friends raising over $29,000!

Thanks to everyone who participated!

The St. Baldrick’s Foundation is a volunteer-powered charity committed to funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers, and to give survivors long, healthy lives. St. Baldrick’s holds over 12,000 events and fundraisers with over 574,000 participants. The Shamrock Brewing Company is proud to be among them. St. Baldrick’s began as a head-shaving event, and that is still the signature of the Foundation. Volunteers ask friends and family to make donations and in return, they attend one of thousands of volunteer-organized events around the world where they have their heads shaved in solidarity with kids fighting cancer.

Last year, Pueblo First Responders & Friends held their fundraiser at Shamrock Brewing Company and raised over $28,500! It takes a lot of hard work to raise this amount of money, not to mention the dramatic new look the volunteers leave with, but it is well worth it for such a worthy cause. This year, they plan to raise even more money for this heart felt charity, but they can’t do it without your help. Stop by for the St. Baldrick’s event and help Pueblo First Responders end childhood cancer!  If you would like to donate or sign up to be a Shavee, click HERE for more information on the St. Baldrick’s fundraiser.

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The Motorcycle Cannonball will be stopping in Pueblo September 19, 2016!

Picture of Shamrock Brewing Building 1913

Picture of Johnson Bros Bicycles 1913 (Shamrock Brewing Building)

Shamrock’s building was originally constructed as a mercantile building in 1908 and the first notable tenant was Johnson Bros. Motor Company in 1913. Founded as a bicycle shop, Johnson Bros. became one of the first Xcelsior dealerships west of the Mississippi. When we found out the Motorcycle Cannonball was stopping in Pueblo we invited them to the Shamrock to recreate the above photo. Stop by the Shamrock and see some of the most interesting and fully functional 100 year old motorcycles on Monday the 19th. We expect them to arrive at the Marriott sometime after 4 pm and should be at the Shamrock around 6 pm but can’t promise an exact time, after all they are riding 100 year old motorcycles. Check back or call 719-542-9974 Monday afternoon for an update.