4th Annual Turkey Pre-Burn
Thursday, November 22nd
Join us for our infamous event with Bodies By Perseverance on Thanksgiving Day! The workout is full body and is a cross training style. Every year, the 60-minute workout is on the morning of Thanksgiving from 730-900a right before the feast. Not to mention, each year there is a vehicle push at the end for a prize!
Come workout with us for a great cause and an afternoon of fun!
Royal Automotive will be sponsoring an afternoon event that benefits the Children's Hospital Colorado on Saturday, September 15, 2018. The day will start with a bootcamp utilizing various equipment on the dealership lot, such us tire flips, ropes, kettlebells, and conditioning led by Bodies By Perseverance. Get ready to work hard and feel great with an awesome community. Followed by juices with Machine Lifestyle, food trucks from Orange Crunch featured on Food Network and Gigi's Cupcakes. Live dj will be playing and some games will be provided for the whole family!
Reservations are needed to help plan the workout. You can reserve your spot and you can pay-in person or online.
Click here to sign-up through MindBody Online, no fees > Create a login > Sign-up for class.
Click here to sign-up through Eventbrite, $1.83 fee.
Children's Hospital Colorado's mission is to provide the best healthcare outcomes for children by finding the latest methods for diagnosis and treatment. Such less invasive treatment and less stress for the families and childrean.Thank you to our sponsors:
Bodies By Perseverance
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Royal Automotive Jeep Wrangler Giveaway at Charity Golf Tournament
Here at Royal Automotive, we take great pride in making a positive contribution to the community, with the support and sponsorship of local businesses, organizations, and charity events. On July 20, 2018, we encourage you to join the Gayles Foundation Charity Golf Tournament at Pole Creek Golf Club in Tabernash. Eddy Colin of Royal Automotive will be donating his 1993 Jeep Wrangler Sahara at the tournament! A hole-in-one will win this highly-capable vehicle!
The winner of the Jeep Wrangler giveaway can enjoy a vehicle with impressive off-road capabilities and many custom features. It has military grade specifications, a 3-inch lift kit, Pro Comp 32 Series wheels, and light bars for night trailing. Also, the Wrangler Sahara was restored inside and out. Additionally, every golfer who joins the Gayles Foundation Charity Golf Tournament will get a complimentary road trip inspection from Royal Automotive!
Help Fight Type 1 Children's Diabetes with Royal Automotive
Proceeds from the Gayles Foundation Charity Golf Tournament will help support an important cause: the fight against type 1 children's diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association, around 1.25 million Americans have type 1 diabetes. Approximately 40,000 people are newly diagnosed with the disease each year and the average age of newly diagnosed patients is 14. With your participation in the Gayles Foundation Charity Golf Tournament, you'll help with the treatment, research, education, and advocacy of type 1 diabetes.
Royal Automotive's involvement in the Gayles Foundation Charity Golf Tournament is just the latest example of our ongoing support of the community. As a family-owned business, creating a thriving community is very important to us. We've worked with many other charity events, and proudly support the Children's Hospital Colorado.
Grab your golf clubs and join the fight against type 1 children's diabetes at the Gayles Foundation Charity Golf Tournament! Perhaps if you have some skills and a little luck, you'll get a hole-in-one and win the custom 1993 Jeep Wrangler Sahara!
Hemophilia Walk 2015, Colorado Chapter
August 22, 2015
Royal Automotive participated in the Hemophilia Walk 2015, where “Every step makes a difference”. Royal Automotive sponsored the event and donated $2,500 to support the foundation on treatments for bleeding disorders. To read more.
Chris Bombardier on May 22 became the first person with hemophilia to summit Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world at 29,029 feet.