HISTORY2018-06-04T13:15:04+00:00

History of WrestleCade

Tracy Myers is a leader and a giver in his community. He always gives back when he can and never asks for anything in return.

In 2011, many say he outdid himself when he had the vision to take his passion for sports entertainment (also known as pro wrestling) and use it to raise money to help provide toys and Bibles to less fortunate children during the Christmas season. He created the WrestleCade fundraising event which partnered with The Christmas Toy Drive to benefit The Salvation Army.

What began as a one-time/one-off fundraising event is now entering its seventh year and is one of the largest annual 3-day events of its kind in the world! Last year alone, an estimated 6,000 wrestling fans from as far away as Norway and Austria attended the event, and dramatically boosted the local economy with tourism dollars. When asked why he chose to partner with The Christmas Toy Drive to benefit The Salvation Army, Myers replied: “As a father, it was an easy decision for me. Last year alone, 6,506 children in the greater Winston-Salem area received 55,690 toys from the Salvation Army and the lives of more than 8,500 families were significantly impacted. To be a part of an organization that helps change so many lives at such a young age is special.”