Care to Ride raises $75,000 for charity

August 2007
Contractor Magazine;Aug2007, Vol. 54 Issue 8, p3
Trade Publication
The article discusses the outcome of the 2007 Care to Ride, a fund-raising event from the oil heating industry's Oil Heat Cares involving bicycle riders. The event took place in Hershey, Pennsylvania in late May 2007. The 2007 event included a motorcycle ride to compliment the two bicycle rides and walk. The not-for-profit foundation offers assistance to needy persons and organizations by providing replacement for their oil-fired heating appliances.


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