This will be the sixteenth year holding the Brandon Layton Memorial Raffle Benefit. This benefit is held every year at the Top Gun MX Team Shootout over Labor Day Weekend, and is dedicated to helping raise money to assist local motocross families that have endured unforeseen medical expenses from a serious, life-changing motorcycle injury or accident. All proceeds from the benefit raffle will be donated to an individual that has been seriously injured.
We are looking for various product donations for this year’s benefit. We would like to request any tangible merchandise/product to give away in the raffle. We appreciate anything you can donate for this cause and we will be sure to give you the recognition for your donations.
About Brandon Layton #154
The Brandon Layton Memorial Raffle Benefit was started in 2001, after a bizarre accident of 12-year-old Brandon Layton. Brandon Layton, a six-time Amateur National Motocross Champion, first got on his first bike at 3 years old. Nicknamed "Jeeber," this little guy drew crowds of admirers as he climbed the ranks of the motocross world to become a revered and loved competitor. Brandon was a former NMA World Mini Grand Prix and Ponca City Grand National Motocross Champion
Brandon was incredible and highly unusual, even as a competitor he would compete with ruthless "kindness," encouraging his rivals with helpful advice, pats on the back, and a charming smile that one would never forget. But Brandon's life was tragically cut short when on March 6, 1999 he was killed in a head-on collision with another rider at the Beaumont Practice Track in Beaumont, California.
Please send donations to:
Pacific Racing Organization
741-D Stevenson Ave.
Enumclaw, WA. 98022