Seattle, Wa. (April 24, 2007) - Supercross fans' last chance to buy MX for Children's five dollar ($5) Suzuki RM-Z 250 raffle tickets online ends on Thursday April 26th at midnight. The TicketMaster auction to win the Inside Line Experience - the ultimate backstage back to Seattle Supercross including a private meet and greet with top riders including Ryan Villopoto - ends at noon tomorrow (Wednesday). These exclusive opportunities benefit Seattle's local Children's Hospital. Bidding and purchase details can be found online at official website www.mxforchildren.org.Organized by MX for Children in conjunction with Live Nation Motor Sports, the charity event hopes to raise $75,000 for the Children's Hospital & Regional Medical Center through a variety of supercross-related giveaways and celebrity rider meet and greets."This event not only raises money for the hospital but also supports ground-breaking research for a vexing childhood condition" said Paul Gross, creator of MX for Children and organizer of the event. "In addition to spending quality time with the kids at the hospital, Ryan Villopoto, Tim Ferry, Andrew Short, and Davi Milspas will host top fundraisers at an exclusive photo and autograph session as part of the Inside Line Experience."In addition to the Inside Line Experience, organizers have garnered several items available in a silent auction and, including the grand prize 2007 Suzuki RMZ-250, for which the winning ticket will be drawn on Saturday night at Qwest Field. Event sponsor Renton Motorcycles will host top supercross riders for an autograph session that will include a silent auction, with an abundance of industry goods and signed memorabilia.About Children's Hospital Guild Association and MX for ChildrenThe Children's Hospital Guild Association is a diverse group of nearly 7,500 women, men, and teens who contribute their time, energy and compassion to support the work of Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center. Since the first guild started by Anna Clise in 1907, coinciding with the establishment of the Pacific Northwest region's first hospital for children, today's Guild Association is the largest all volunteer fundraising organization for any hospital in the nation. Incorporated in 1987 as nonprofit organization and a subsidiary of Children's Health Care System, its mission is to serve as advocates through volunteer, philanthropic and educational endeavors to ensure excellent care for all children in our region. For more information, visit seattlechildrens.org or contact the Guild Association at email@example.com.MX for Children was founded 2005 by Paul Gross and Lori Poliski, parents of William, whose life was saved by the doctors and nurses at Children's Hospital on his second day of life. MX for Children works to create a positive and synergistic bond between motocross enthusiasts and children's hospitals across the continent. The Supercross Triple Charity for Children's Hospital is MX for Children's fifth event.