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Support local roller derby!

Why support the Thunder City  Derby Sirens?

Founded in 2010, the Thunder City Derby Sirens (TCDS) area  501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to raising awareness of women’s flat track roller derby and working with local organizations to support women’s issues.

We started the team out a love for roller derby, and we’ve grown into a non-profit because we want to give back to the community that supports us.

We have volunteered with a number of organizations including:

  • Domestic Abuse Council of Volusia Co.
  • Kid’s House of Seminole
  • Save the Manatee Club
  • Florida Junior Roller Derby
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Tunnels to Towers
  • Camp Boggy Creek
  • Seminole Co. Animal Services
  • Mainstreet Deland Association
  • Volusia Co. Adopt-a-Highway

Your contribution to TCDS would allow us to devote more time to giving back to our community. We have successfully navigated being a competitive roller derby league as well as a volunteer organization for almost ten years, and look forward to many years to come.

We are excited about building community relationships, raising money for some great causes, and of course, playing some roller derby!

Roller derby is a fast-paced, contact team sport that requires speed, strategy, and athleticism. The flat track version of the sport evolved in 2001, and has quickly grown to encompass hundreds of leagues worldwide.
Who plays roller derby?
According to skater responses to the WFTDA’s 2012 demographic survey:
• 59% of skaters are 25 to 34 years old
• 84% have at least some post-secondary
• 24% have graduate degrees
• 37% of skaters are married
Who watches roller derby?
According to fan responses to the 2012
demographic survey:
• 61% of fans are female
• 38% of fans are ages 25-34
• 41% of fans are ages 35-54
• 27% have children under 18 in their household

According to the 2012 WFTDA Demographics Survey 82% of all fans know the businesses that support their local roller derby league, and 95% hold a favorable opinion of these businesses. 75% have patronized businesses that sponsor their local league.

Please contact us to get more information about becoming a sponsor!

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