Ashley Weinhold and Caitlin Whoriskey teamed with WTA Charities and the Special Needs Athletes Association of Nuevo Leon for a day of arts and crafts in Monterrey on Tuesday.
WTA Staff
April 17, 2017

MONETERREY, Mexico - As a part of the WTA Charities initiative, Americans Ashley Weinhold and Caitlin Whoriskey spent Tuesday morning in Monterrey with a group of athletes that are part of the Special Needs Athletes Association of Nuevo Leon, alongside Mexican businessman Carlos Bremer.

Weinhold and Whoriskey helped the athletes paste small scraps of tissue paper on a banner filling the Abierto GNP Seguros logo with bright colors, and the morning ended with everyone enjoying some tasty tacos.

"I want to congratulate the organizers of this event, it has continuously been gaining strength every year," Bremer said about the WTA event. "I think everyone should support these big events that come to Monterrey and to Mexico."

Catch a glimpse of the visit and the finished product, courtesy of Abierto GNP Seguros:

Monterrey WTA Charities

Monterrey WTA Charities

Monterrey WTA Charities

Monterrey WTA Charities

Monterrey WTA Charities

Monterrey WTA Charities

 

 


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