Learn more about Navigating Autism, Inc
ABOUT THE GAME
It's a Scrabble spin on a Poker Run. Participants receive Scrabble letter tiles at the start, and pick up more letter tiles at each stop on the group ride. Sign-up in advance and get two extra bonus tiles plus your pick of a pin or patch!
More letter tiles can be purchased on the route, with all of the proceeds going to the charity. Letter tiles can be traded, or couples can combine them too.
Prizes are awarded at the end of the ride for word categories that we'll surprise you with that day... past word categories have included Green Bay Packer player names, Stripper Names, and things heard in a casino or at The Full Throttle.
Previous year word game prizes have included a stay in a deluxe cabin at Edge of the Dells Resort, an autographed Super Bowl Champs Packers ball, a HD flag autographed by Willy G Davidson, a VIP overnight-stay package from Ho-Chunk Casino, a Harley Davidson cooler, and cold-hard cash!
Plus we award over 50 door prizes on the route including Movie Passes, WaterPark passes, and more.
At the conclusion of the ride, a Last-Call is announced so everyone can submit their word game entries for judging. Entries must be spelled correctly and make sense with the category they've been entered in. Judging is done by ride volunteers, and is final.
$25 per person advance registration includes: Scenic group ride on back country roads, Support vehicle, Choice of pin or patch, First 4 Scrabble letters, Door Prize Entry, Picnic dinner plate at the end of the ride.
This year we are very excited to have NBC's Christine Bellport
joining us for the game wrap up!
Founded in 2009, Navigating Autism, Inc. is a small, local nonprofit, staffed entirely by volunteers. We provide referral services to Wisconsin families so they can access resources when it comes to health care, at school, and more, all in one central place.
Proceeds from the Scrabble Run for Autism will be used to further our website development project & for website maintenance costs for the year, which is our primary means of providing information to families.
We are a federally-recognized 501c3 charitable organization.