Wednesday, May 11, 2022

Bamboo Bicycle Expedition: Phase 2- Calgary to Thunder Bay Complete!

The Old Guys in Action Cross-Canada Bamboo Bicycle Expedition (BBE) is a fundraiser for Embrace International Foundation, a Canmore-based NGO that works with children living with disabilities in developing countries. Proceeds from the event will help to purchase bamboo wheelchairs and mobility devices for kids in rural Uganda.

You can support our efforts through the BBE by donating at (Under "Fund?" select "Old Guys in Action Bamboo Bicycle Expedition".) Thanks!

From the rolling prairies to the rugged Canadian shield...this is a BIG country. Phase 2 of the BBE (2000 KM from Calgary to Thunder Bay) is now complete. Phase 3 (2500 KM from Thunder Bay to Halifax) will start mid-June.

It got discouraging at times. Heading uphill into a strong headwinds, being buffeted by massive tandem tractor-trailer trucks...barely moving with a hundred kilometers left before the next 2-star motel. 

But my struggles were small and brief compared to what kids living with disabilities in Uganda face every day. Often their disabilities confine them to their small wooden homes; and prevent them from playing, even going to school. Through the great work of Embrace Canada and the Kyaninga Child Development Centre, many of these kids will be given wheelchairs and prepared to enter school. Their schools and teachers will be readied to accept them. Lives will be transformed and new futures made possible with the help of your generous support. Thank you!

Sunday, May 1, 2022

Bamboo Bicycle Expedition: Backgrounder

The Old Guys in Action Cross-Canada Bamboo Bicycle Expedition (BBE) is a fundraiser for Embrace International Foundation, a Canmore-based NGO that works with children living with disabilities in developing countries. You can support our efforts through the BBE by donating at Under "Fund?" select "Old Guys in Action Bamboo Bicycle Expedition". Thanks!

Through the BBE the Old Guys are looking to raise awareness and funding for children living with disabilities in Uganda, East Africa. Most of the children who will benefit from this extreme undertaking live in extreme poverty. These children are also challenged with a life-altering disability and many require the daily use of wheelchairs over rugged terrain. 

According to Ross, “We fell in love with Uganda and got to know some of these wonderful children during our 2018 Uganda HIGH-low Expedition fundraiser. Terrain-appropriate, locally produced bamboo wheelchairs and other mobility devices have the power to transform the lives of these kids. To help make the connection, much of the BBE will use bamboo bikes produced in Uganda (the sticks upper left below are our bikes when they were babies. Cute, eh?).”

Ross and Bernie began their epic expedition in White Rock, BC in October of last year (Phase 1). They braved snow, ice and cold temperatures before being forced to stop the ride in Calgary. Now that spring has arrived in most of Canada, the ride continues with Ross attempting to complete Phase 2 (Calgary to Thunder Bay) by early May. Phase 3 will see Bernie and Ross take on the final Thunder Bay to Halifax segment starting mid-June.

Tuesday, April 26, 2022


Yes, it's been a while since we posted...but the Old Guys are still in Action. And so are the many wonderful people behind the Calgary Icebreaker Polar Dip. The 2022 Dip had us back in a real lake (Lake Mahogany in Calgary) after last year's Bathtub (COVID) version.

Generous people donated over $113,000 to the 2022 Dip. This brings the total raised by Dipsters over the past 14 years to just $896,211.08 (approximately). The Icebreaker exists to support the great work of the SA Foundation with survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation in 8 countries around the world (including Canada). Thank you so much for your support!

This year Old Guys (Bernie and Ross) showed up with the bamboo bicycles we are using in our Cross-Canada Bamboo Bicycle Expedition (more on this in posts to come). As you can see, the bamboo is really growing on us!

Thanks again everyone!

Sunday, December 13, 2020

Calgary Icebreaker Polar Dip: Bathtub Edition!

Bernie and Ross, and scores of other daring Dipsters have now completed the 11 Second Ice Dip. This is the pandemic-appropriate bathtub version of the traditional annual Calgary Icebreaker Polar Dip. In our case (because we wanted to do this together) our “bathtub” was the same frozen pond in Discovery Ridge, Calgary where the Icebreaker started back in 2010.

Here is a video of our Dip that also has scenes of many others doing the 11 Second Ice Dip in a variety of very cool (cold) settings.

As you know, the Icebreaker is a fun event that targets the terrible reality of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. It supports the great work of the SA Foundation in eight countries around the world. The UN estimates that 3.8 million adults and 1 million children are victims of forced sexual exploitation around the world. And it is happening right here. Last month two people were charged with trafficking a 15 year old girl in a hotel…literally in the same block as Ross's office in downtown Calgary.

We are hugely excited that this year’s event has already raised over $90,000 of our $100,000 goal! Thank you so much to those who have already donated. And thanks to Jill and Mel and dozens of others have taken on the role of coordinating this event and done such a great job in very challenging times.

IF YOU HAVEN’T DONE SO ALREADY, PLEASE SPONSOR OUR DIP; AND/OR REGISTER TO DO YOUR OWN 11 SECOND ICE DIP!  Click this link for more information on the DIP and how to give!

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

The 2020 Calgary Icebreaker Polar Dip made a BIG, BIG SPLASH!!!

With 119 Dipsters and Distance Dipsters; and donations from over 900 generous donors, $118,000 was raised to support the great work of the SA Foundation with women (and their children) who are survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Canada and 7 other countries around the world.

Donors, Sponsors, Volunteers, Dipsters and Distance Dipsters...
Thank you so, so much for your support!!!
It's Cool to be Cold!

PS. There are lots more great pictures on our Calgary Icebreaker Polar Dip Facebook page.

Tuesday, December 31, 2019

The Birthday Party!

I’ve had a few weeks now to think about my time in Kathmandu in November with the women and children participating in the SA Foundation’s program for survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.
I visited the slums where these girls were forced to work in dingy brothels, beaten and abused day-after-day. I heard their stories of disease, fear and trauma. I met children as young as eleven carrying their own babies; and teens fighting the ravages of AIDS.

But the unexpected feeling I took away from my time in Nepal was one of hope. The SA home was well-run, clean, and bright; filled with women and kids who were loving and loved; who knew they were on a path to a new and hope-filled future.

While I was there a girl of 14, who had just recently joined the program, had a birthday. The staff served a cake with candles and the other girls gave her small presents. She was very emotional and gave a long, teary speech in Nepalese. She was overwhelmed by the celebration. Later I was told that she had never had a birthday party, and had never, ever, been given a gift…by anyone.

I showed the girls movies of Icebreaker Polar Dips and Distance Dips. They were shocked, amazed and truly appreciative that people half way around the world would care enough for them to jump into freezing water in the middle of winter; and generously donate money so they could have a brighter future.

I share their gratitude. Thank you to all who have donated and to those who are working so hard to organize, fundraise and prepare for another frigid flop into freezing fathoms of Mahogany Lake.  

All funds raised at the Calgary Icebreaker Polar Dip go to the SA Foundation…and this year a significant portion is designated to the Nepal project. Once again Bernie and I will be old and cold. Please donate generously in support of our Dip and the great work of SAF and these wonderful young women (and their kids). You can make a donation here or by visiting our page at (search for Ross, Bernie or Old Guys in Action).


Ross (for Bernie and Ross, “the Old Guys”).

Dip, Distance Dip, Donate or just come and watch. Calgary Icebreaker Polar Dip: Mahogany Beach Club, Saturday January 11 (eleven) at 1PM…where “It’s Cool to be Cold”!

My Name is Hope!

It’s our 11th time doing the Calgary Icebreaker Polar Dip (12th for each of us if you count the time Bernie accidentally fell through the ice and the time I did a pre-Dip with a TV reporter). And this is going to be a very special Dip for me…

In November I (Ross) had the great privilege of traveling to Kathmandu, Nepal to see the work of the SA Foundation with women (and their children) who are survivors of sexual exploitation and human trafficking in that country. The experience made a profound impression on me.

The facilities and programs are truly impressive and the leaders (Arjun and Rebecca) are some of the most inspirational (and effective) people I have ever met.
But it was the women (and their kids), the beneficiaries, that had the biggest impact. All had horrific stories of consistent, ongoing sexual abuse from as young an age as 11. Few had ever experienced protection, care and love before being rescued and referred to SAF. Yet in this special, supportive, loving environment; and despite the need for ongoing professional nurturing…they were all just teens and young women who now dared to dream and hope for a positive future, just like young people in my own neighbourhood.

As a fun exercise and to underline that they are important, unique and valued individuals, I asked them to pretend I was a famous Bollywood director. In the most dramatic and expressive way they could conjure up, they were, one at a time, to yell out their names for the camera. Dramatic (and giggly), one-by-one they proudly called out their names. To me it sounded like, “My name is Hope!”

The SAF Nepal project is one of the beneficiaries of this year’s Calgary Icebreaker Polar Dip. Once again Bernie and I will be old and cold. Please donate generously in support of our Dip and the great work of SAF. You can make a donation here or by visiting our page at (search for Ross, Bernie or Old Guys in Action).

Saturday, February 2, 2019

10 Dips Done! Thank you!!!

The 10th Anniversary Old Guy in Action Calgary Icebreaker Polar Dip was amazing…and quite a change from Dip #1 back in 2010:
  • Over 150 registered Dipsters (Year 1:  7)
  • Over 40 volunteers (Year 1: 0)
  • Over 700 individual donations! (Year 1: 20)
  • Over 20 corporate sponsors (Year 1: 0)
  • Over $95,000.00 donated by generous people like you (Year 1: $1,600)
  • Over 300 spectators (Year 1: 20 friends & family)
The costumes and pageantry this year were amazing; ranging from walking dart boards, full-on gymnastic demonstrations, a dance clinic (from the “Very Old Guys in Action”), fairies, elves, animals and patriotism demonstrated by a maple leaf carved out of manly chest hair. 

We had a guest appearance from Lowell and Julie Taylor, contestants from season 4 of the Amazing Race Canada. Lowell, legally blind, is a world-class para-athlete (track cycling). As a couple they were “the Blind Dipster and the Blond Dipster”. Thanks Lowell and were great!

Other firsts:
·         Our first time at the Mahogany Beach Club in southeast Calgary. The Beach Club is an awesome facility. Mahogany is warm and welcoming place. The Club, the community and local businesses really stepped up in providing support and volunteers.
·         Our first official employee! Naomi Holland, who has been the energy behind the dip for many years, came on as OGIA staff this year and, as always, did an outstanding, stellar job.
·         Our first Distance dips in Uganda and the USA.

Thanks everyone! Lots more great pictures at and on our Facebook page.

Uganda Distance Dip organized by the amazing Steve Williams,  founder of the Kyaninga Child Development Centre. Thanks Steve, Carlos and all who Dipped in Fort Portal Uganda!

Friday, November 30, 2018

10th Anniversary Calgary Icebreaker Polar Dip!!!

January 1, 2019 will be our 10th anniversary Dip. Thank you to all who have dipped, distance dipped donated, volunteered, sponsored and spectated. Over the years generous people like you have donated almost $500,000 for great causes!

Check out our 10 year anniversary video, "A Decade of Dipping: It IS Cool to be Cold!" here.

And v
isit for more information, to register and to donate.

Saturday, June 2, 2018

Uganda HIGH-low Expedition: Thank YOU!

Thank you to all who followed Val Fortney (Calgary Herald), Steve Williams (Kyaninga Child Development Centre (KCDC)) and Old Guys Bernie Potvin, Ross Weaver and Allison Vaandering (who is not old or a guy but is an official Old Guy) on our Uganda HIGH-low Expedition. (See Old Guys in Action's FB and IG pages for more info and amazing pictures).

Special thanks to those who supported our fundraising efforts on behalf of kids with disabilities in Uganda. The KCDC leadership and staff are truly inspirational human beings making a huge difference in the lives of over 1,000 special needs children. Your support of the UHLE (we are almost 80% of our target) will more than double that impact. You can still donate at

Sunday, April 29, 2018

The Uganda HIGH-low Expedition Starts in 1 Week!!!

Only one week to the start of the Old Guys in Action Uganda HIGH-low Expedition supporting children born with cerebral palsy and other disabilities in Uganda! May 6-21, 2018 we will…

Children born with disabilities into low income families in low income countries face some of the toughest challenges of any children, anywhere. Uganda has one of the highest rates of cerebral palsy in the world; and in most parts of the country, provides low to no services for kids with CP and other disabilities. KCDC provides specialized assessment, holistic treatment, education and support to children with disabilities. They have treated close to 1,000 kids. The proceeds of the Uganda HIGH-low Expedition (target $40,000) will enable a doubling of that impact.

If you’ve donated already, thank-you so much! If you haven’t had a chance, please donate at The Old Guys pay 100% of their expenses, so all your donations go to help these kids through KCDC…and are 100% tax receiptable. UK donors can donate at

Follow the Expedition on Instagram and Facebook !

 More Info on the Expedition FYI

·         Margherita Peak on Mount Stanley is the highest point of Uganda and is situated on the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo. It is part of the Rwenzori mountain range, known as the Mountains of the Moon. It’s cold up top and has had close to 2 meters of snow over the past month.

·         Lake Albert is one of the lowest points in the country and is at the headwaters of the White Nile which along with the Blue Nile (originating at Lake Tana in Ethiopia) meet at Khartoum to form the Nile River that runs through Sudan and Egypt.

·         Kyaninga Lake is a crater lake. The Kyaninga Triathlon is an annual fundraiser of the Kyaninga Child Development Centre.

·         KCDC was founded by a British national (Steve Williams) and his Ugandan wife Asha. The couples’ son Sydney was born with cerebral palsy. When looking for help for Sydney they realized that there were very few resources or specialists available in the area for children with special needs. In fact, the entire annual government special needs budget for the region is under $4000. Steve and Asha are proprietors of the Kyaninga Lodge and use the lodge’s facilities for a number of annual fundraisers for KCDC.

·         Kenya? While Steve Williams and Ross Weaver are climbing Mt. Margherita, Bernie Potvin and Valerie Fortney from the Calgary Herald will be visiting Mully Children’s Family in Kenya. Old Guys in Action has engaged Val to write a book on some of the inspirational people OGIA have supported over the last 10 years, including Charles Mulli and Bev and Paul Carrick. Val and Bernie will meet Ross in Uganda for the “cycle low” and “tri hard” part of the Expedition.

·         Motorcycles? Embrace International Foundation, founded by Bev and Paul Carrick (who founded and ran CAUSE Canada for the past 30+ years) supports organizations that work with kids with disabilities in different countries in Africa and Central America. Embrace supports KCDC with motorcycles! Paul takes adventurous riders through Uganda on bikes they purchase for the tour. The riders then donate the motorbikes to KCDC workers so they can access remote parts of Uganda. Paul will be in Uganda for the “cycle low” and “tri hard” parts of the Expedition.

·         Val Fortney? After Kenya Val will meet up with the rest of the Expedition team in Uganda to interview Paul Carrick and Steve and Asha Williams.

…but will award winning journalist and author Valerie Fortney (now officially an “Old Guy”) do the triathlon??? Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to find out.


Saturday, March 31, 2018

Uganda HIGH-low Expedition: May 2018

In May 2018 Old Guys in Action will partner with Embrace Canada in an event we call the Uganda HIGH-low Expedition. The fund/awareness-raising event is in support of the Kyaninga Child Development Centre (KCDC) and their work with children born with disabilities.

The Need

Based in Fort Portal in western Uganda, KCDC provides specialised and affordable assessment, holistic treatment, education and support to children with disabilities, to enable them to reach their full potential. Much of the work of KCDC is with children impacted by Cerebral Palsy (CP). The incidence of CP in Uganda is four times that of high income countries. KCDC has treated close to 1000 children. The Uganda HIGH Low Expedition targets raising $40,000 to fund a second centre…effectively doubling the impact of the organization.

The Expedition

Old Guys will team up with the founder of KCDC in what will be OGIA’s toughest physical challenge yet…
·         Climbing the highest peak in Uganda (Mt. Margherita - 5,109m)
·         Biking to the lowest point in the country (Lake Albert - 615m, source of the Nile River); and
·         Participating in the KCDC triathlon at the Kyaninga crater (1,538m).

The Ask

Children with disabilities born into low income families in low income countries face some of the toughest challenges of any children anywhere. The mission of Embrace International Foundation (founded by Paul and Bev Carrick who recently retired from CAUSE Canada) is focused on precisely these kids. Your support of OGIA in this Uganda HIGH Low Expedition will be directed through Embrace and Embrace will issue the charitable tax receipts. OGIA participants, as in all our events, pay their own costs. 100% of your donations are for the new KCDC centre in Uganda. Please give now and give generously! More info:

Donate online at
Donations by cheque should be made payable to Embrace International Foundation and mailed to EIF, 6 Canyon Road, Canmore, AB, T1W 1G3

Friday, March 30, 2018

Update, all about it!

It has been a while since we posted (we bad) but that doesn't mean we haven't been doing stuff! Here's a summary of activities since May:

October 12, 2017 SA Foundation Gala
-Bernie and Ross performed their world famous senior men's Olympic ice swimming routine at this annual event showcasing the great work SAF does around the world with survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

October 14, 2018 Sewing Seeds Canada Annual Gala
-Ross and Bernie lead the auction in full Maasai warrior regalia! After the May 2017 Mully Marathon in which we came last in a field of elite Kenyan runners...we were inducted into the Maasai Mzee Mzungo Pole Pole tribe (Very slow old Caucasian guy tribe). An honor, I think...
-This spectacular event focussed on SSI's programs on 4 continents teaching women how to sew themselves to a better life.

-Visit for info.

November 2, 2017 Old Guys in Action Grilled Cheese Night at Javino
-Our 3rd year and it was the cheesiest fundraiser in town!

-Support this year went to the SA Foundation. Thanks to Ruby, Al and Sayed for their tremendous generosity!

December 2, 2017 Good Samaritans Auction - Calgary. "You'll never pay more for a loaf of bread!"
-Ross and Jack Mortensen teamed up again as auctioneers.
-This event which has been held for over 3 decades provides funds for sewing and keyboarding programs for destitute women in India.

-Contact for more information on the Good Samaritans.

January 1, 2018 Old Guys in Action - Calgary Icebreaker Polar Dip supporting the Servants Anonymous Foundation
-The 2018 Icebreaker was the most successful one yet raising over $103,000 for the SA Foundation. Thanks so much to all Dipsters, donors, sponsors, volunteers and everyone for making this such a fantastic event. And thanks to the SA Foundation for the inspirational work that they do with survivors of sexual exploitation and human trafficking!
-Visit sister site for lots of spectacular pictures and videos!

With Order of Canada member Sheldon Kennedy...
...just before he ordered us to jump into the frozen lake

Saturday, May 27, 2017

We Ate a LOT of Dust!

Kenyans are a gracious, but competitive people. They have a wonderful, quaint expression when challenged to a race, "You will eat my dust". And of course we did. We placed well towards the back of the pack ( the back of the pack) in the inaugural Mully Half Marathon . But the race was a tremendous success on a number of levels! Thanks for partnering with us. Here are some highlights:

1.      The Run

·        Close to 2,000 runners participated in the 5K, 10K or half marathon including us 7 Canadians (Bernie, Ann, Ross, Sophia, Liam, Jake and Nick) and hundreds of children from Mully Childrens’ Family.

·       The race attracted some of the top runners in the world with finishing times in line with the best events anywhere on the planet.

·       The event was sanctioned and monitored by Athletics Kenya (the group that governs the Kenya Olympic team). This first run appears to have met AK’s standards and we anticipate having their approval for this to become an annual event which will include the full marathon starting next year!

·       The net result is that the Mully Marathon will become a significant annual source of funds and awareness in Kenya and internationally for the great work of MCF providing new futures for kids who had some of the roughest starts in life one can imagine. Old Guys in Action is proud to have played a part in making this happen.

 The Drought

·       We changed the focus of this year’s fundraising to help support MCF during a period of severe drought. While rains have now come and crops have been planted again, the reality is that many months of production have been lost and MCF is deeply grateful for the support you provided to help them while they wait for the delayed harvest.

·       True to form, Charles Mulli was proactive during the crisis providing food and water to surrounding communities. He also took the opportunity to employ local workers to harvest mountains of sand from the dry river bed for use in future construction projects…and he built a wall along the river bank to prevent stray hippos from endangering the compound.

The Experience

·       Bernie and I were thrilled to have our families and ultra-marathoner Nick Brendisi from Collingwood, Ontario join us this year to see first-hand what has inspired our efforts for more than a decade. MCF saves and truly transforms the lives of children in its care…something that has to be seen to really appreciate.

·       God willing and knees permitting the Old Guys will be back next year to run the full marathon. We hope that many Canadians will join us and would be really thrilled if you came along as well.

Monday, April 24, 2017

When Charles says "JUMP!" We say, "How High?"

..."Why" you may ask?

Well, for one, Charles Mully is an amazing person, father of the largest family in the world. He has 2,500 mouths to feed and the current drought in Kenya (the worst in 65 years) has wiped out the crops they depend on.

Our May 14 half marathon in Ndalani, Kenya is raising funds for drought support at Mully Children's Family and for surrounding communities. Support MCF by supporting Team Old Guys in Action. Visit and click the DONATE button. This will take you to the MCF Canada site where you can make a tax deductible donation online. At the last step be sure to mention Team Old Guys in Action. Team OGIA cover all their own expenses so all funds raised go to drought relief managed by MCF. Thanks!

And here are some other great reasons for us to JUMP and for you to give...

Friday, March 3, 2017

Mully Half Marathon, Ndalani Kenya, May 14, 2017. Come with us!!!

We've told you about the story of Charles and Esther Mulli before. Orphaned at 6 years old, barely surviving in his dusty Kenyan village, Charles miraculously becomes a wealthy entrepreneur, an African millionaire! Then he gave it all away to adopt street kids from the slums. At over 10,000 children Charles and Esther have, literally, the largest family in the world.

As the Mulli family grew, Charles and Esther increasingly found that local schools were unwilling to take on kids from the slums. Charles’s solution was to start his own schools. Over time they became some of the top ranked elementary and high schools in the country! Many of the graduates qualified for post-secondary education and Charles sent scores of them to university. But that is an expensive proposition. His next big idea? Build a university!
And he asked Old Guys in Action to help. That’s when the idea of an annual fundraising marathon came about. Mully University College has been operating for two years now and will soon become Mully University. Come, run the half marathon, 10K or 5K race in Kenya...or donate to help academically qualified, financially needy young people grow into tomorrow’s African leaders. Become part of their story! Visit for more information.

Update: The drought conditions in Kenya have continued to worsen and are now the most severe in seen in 65 years. Crops have failed, fish ponds have dried up and water must be trucked in to meet the needs of children supported by MCF. MCF is also providing food and support to local communities. Given these circumstances, Charles Mulli has asked that all funds we raise through the half marathon be directed to MCF drought relief efforts. Donate at Click "Donate" to be redirected to MCF Canada. On the final page in the comments section please reference Team Old Guys in Action. Thank You!

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Gracious Article in The Kolbe Times

“You Can’t Just Sit There”

Check out this gracious article from the lovely folks at the Kolbe Times. The interview was a fun walk along nine years on Memory Lane. Thanks to those of you who have journeyed with us!

Saturday, January 7, 2017

They're Good...Real Good!

Our Dipsters, donors, divers and directors are so good...well, we think they just about walk on water!

83 Dipsters...12 Distance Dipsters...and $85,000 raised for the great work of the SA Foundation providing programs and homes for survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation (and their children) in Canada and 8 countries around the world.

Thank you everyone for making the 8th Annual Calgary Icebreaker Polar Dip so successful and for making a difference!

Saturday, December 10, 2016


The experiment has grown from 7 guys plunging into a beaver pond, mid-winter in Discovery Ridge, Calgary in an annual spectacle with colourful costumes, performances, heated tents and winter divers ensuring safe passage through chilly waters near the Elbow Valley Residents Club. Last year almost 90 Dipsters and Distance Dipsters participated. (Distance Dipsters are people who get cold remotely and post videos. We’ve had Distance Dip submissions from BC, New Brunswick, England, Dubai and Guatemala). Over the years the Icebreaker has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars in support of the SA Foundation's work to stop human trafficking and provide long-term recovery programs to survivors of sexual exploitation in 7 countries around the world. 

How can you help? Doing one or more of the following options will make a difference:
·     Donate100% of proceeds go to the SA Foundation & are tax receiptable. Two generous donors are matching the first $2500 donated to Team Old Guys in Action. You give $1; SAF gets $3!
·     Dip: 100% of Dipsters agree “It’s Cool to be Cold”®!
·     Distance Dip: 100% of Distance Dipsters weren’t even in Calgary. Dip, then share your video on social media.
·     Watch: 100% of spectators were glad they came last year.
·     Share/Like: 100% gets the social media leverage going! Like, Share, Tweat & Retweat. PLEASE! PLEASE!

Visit CALGARYICEBREAKER.COM and Facebook @CalgaryIcebreaker for details