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Red Ribbon Week Assemblies 

The Nation’s #1 choice for Red Ribbon Week assemblies has been extreme sports presentations!

Red Ribbon Week AssemblyRibbon Week assemblies should capture your student’s attention from start to finish.

For over 25 years we have successfully performed at 1000′s of schools nationwide to help celebrate Red Ribbon Week. Our BMX stunt show assemblies will motivate and inspire your students to help them make healthy choices and become champions in life. Our high energy, extreme sports action team is amazing to watch and fun for the entire school.¬†

Your students will love our cool bikes, hip music, and extreme sports action during the entire Red Ribbon Week Assembly. You’ll appreciate our powerful delivery of clean, motivating messages.

When it’s time to talk to the students, we like to share that we are performing a BMX show at their school because it’s something we like to do. We believe that if you like to do something and work hard at it, you will be successful and enjoy a healthy lifestyle.

Red Ribbon week assemblies available nationwide


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About Red Ribbon Week and it’s History

Here are some facts about Red Ribbon Week:

What is Red Ribbon Week all about? It’s a week set aside where schools focus on teaching kids about being drug free. Its was founded on the efforts of a man named Enrique Camarena.2015_Red_Ribbon_Theme

  • The first Red Ribbon Week celebrations were held in La Mirada and Norwalk, California.
  • Red Ribbon Week is the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention program
  • Congressman Duncan Hunter and Kiki’s high school friend Henry Lozano launched “Camarena Clubs’ in Kiki’s hometown of Calexico, They got club members to pledge to lead a drug free life.
  • In 1988, the National Family Partnership (NFP) coordinated the first National Red Ribbon Week with President and Mrs. Reagan serving as honorary chairpersons.

Red Ribbon Week BraceletNational Red Ribbon week assemblies serve as a tribute to Special Agent Camarena, who was kidnapped and brutally tortured and murdered by drug traffickers in Mexico. This tragic event produced an immediate outpouring of grief, but over time has generated a sense of hope across America. That hope is being kept alive through the hard work of thousands of Americans —particularly our young people who participate in Red Ribbon events during the last week in October. This tradition is stronger than ever today, as an increasing number of Americans are saying “yes” to a drug-free life.¬†

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