'Survivor' Contestant to Attend Sturgis Rally
Holly Hoffman, who made it to the final four of the contestants in this season's episode of the CBS reality show "Survivor," will be at the legendary Buffalo Chip Campground for the entire Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in August in Sturgis, S.D.
She will be available all Sturgis Rally week to meet with campers and concert-goers for autograph sessions, Ultimate MotorCycling reported.
While at the Buffalo Chip, she will join former "Survivor" star Rupert Boneham to help him raise money for Rupert's Kids. She also will be among the celebrities participating in the Buffalo Chip's annual Legends Ride which benefits The Sky Ranch for Boys and the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame.
Hoffman, a 44-year-old Eureka, S.D., swim coach, survived through 15 episodes of the immensely popular CBS Survivor Series' 22nd season before being the last person voted off.
The show's finale was televised on Sunday (Dec. 19) with a 21-year-old man from St. Louis, Jud "Fabio" Birza winning the $1 million prize.
Rod Woodruff (campground owner) says: "We are delighted to have one of South Dakota's own be so successful in the grueling competition of 'Survivor Nicaragua.' And, of course we're especially happy to have her bring her star power to the Buffalo Chip to help us celebrate our 30th annual party and to help raise money for Rupert's Kids and the Legends Ride charities."