March 3rd!

Myrtle Beach Roller Derby!

Myrtle Beach's very own Palmetto State Rollergirls take to the track for their first bout and home opener of the 2012 season, this Saturday, March 3, in North Myrtle Beach.

Palmetto State Rollergirls (or PSRG) are Myrtle Beach's "derby little secret," but these skating ladies are no strangers to the Grand Strand, as they have been skating throughout Horry County (and visiting other parts of the Southeastern U.S.) since 2006. This is PSRG's first home bout as a team since appearing in the 2011 South Carolina State Championships, where they fought hard against two tough teams from Columbia.

Roller derby is a family-friendly event, and kids of all ages are encouraged to attend! Tickets are just $10 in advance, which gets you a few hours of amazing athletic entertainment. Also, because the bout starts at 2 p.m., that leaves plenty of time to grab dinner after the bout, and still have the evening out on the town!

If you'd like to see what modern roller derby is all about, watch this amazing video of our friends, Carolina Rollergirls.

Rollergirls! from Colby Hoke on Vimeo.

All the details for the event are on the attached flyer. 2011 was a great year for Palmetto State Rollergirls, and 2012 looks to be even better... thanks to you, our fans!

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dabrainspenguin says ... on Friday, Mar 2 at 8:52 AM

Shreddie Mercury already sold me a pair, see you there!

Piranha Mama says ... on Thursday, Mar 1 at 2:39 PM

Hope to see everyone out at the NMB Rec Center for our bout this Saturday! Come support your home team!

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