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I Will Make a Difference
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The I Will Make a Difference Foundation is excited to announce its 2nd-annual Big Wheel Rally! From Friday, February 29 through Sunday, March 2 on the concourse at the Arena at Gwinnett, the Foundation is teaming up with Gary Martin Hays and Associates, the Gwinnett Gladiators and the Georgia Force to benefit our favorite charity, Duluth's Dream House for Medically Fragile Children.

Join them for a weekend of sports, spectacle and goodwill as Gary Martin Hays and his friends saddle up on big wheels to ride around the clock for the cause. Over the course of the weekend, at least one member of the team will be racing around the concourse at all times, piling up DreamLaps to make the dreams of some of Georgia's most deserving kids come true.

While the Rally team racks up the miles and donations for Dream House, the Arena Football League's Georgia Force takes the field in its season opener against the rival Dallas Desperadoes Saturday at 1 p.m. Look for the Dream Team on the Jumbotron as they track their progress during the game. Then, Saturday at 7 p.m. and again Sunday at 1p.m., the Gwinnett Gladiators turn the turf to ice for a double portion of knuckle sandwich against the division-leading Texas Wildcatters. Valiant mascots Maximus and Minimus will be cheering on the Gladiators in their division race as well as the riders on their grueling marathon.

For more information on the rally or the weekend's sporting events and to learn more about what Dream House does or how to pledge Dream Laps or donate directly, please visit

Last updated: 2/28/2008 12:58:48 PM

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