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By Deb Flomberg
Why not check out something totally new and different the next time you are looking for your weekend’s entertainment? The LA Derby Dolls provide an incredible evening of sports and entertainment as the premier all-female roller derby league in Southern California. More than 150 different skaters and volunteers make up five teams that skate on a banked track. You’ll love the action and fun of the game, and it will probably become your new, favorite sport to enjoy.
Roller Derby is a team sport in which two teams of five players compete. The sport actually has a rich tradition, having been created in 1935 in Chicago. Since then, the sport has taken off, with banked tracks appearing all over the country. The sport is most noted for its high speed and full contact, making it a truly energetic and exciting sport to watch. The sloped track allows for lots of speed and plenty of rough action.
Grab a few tickets to the next roller derby and cheer on your favorite team. Cheer on the Tough Cookies, the Varsity Brawlers, the Fight Crew or the Sirens Roller Derby Squad. Get to know all the tough women behind the sport and meet the All-Star Team – the LA Ri-Ettes. Or just go and learn all about this impressively tough and fast-paced sport. Bring a friend or two, or make it a fun date, and you’ll be hooked on the fun of Roller Derby before you know it.
Make sure your evening at the Roller Derby is a blast by arriving in the 2013 GL63 AMG SUV by Mercedes-Benz of Encino. You’ll want to take this SUV so that you have all the room you need to bring along all your friends, plus you’ll all love the comfortable and luxurious interior, as you drive to your destination. It’s the best way to enjoy your drive to see your new, favorite sport.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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