‘Ride for Heroes’ poker run benefits firefighters, emergency responders; tickets on sale

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WASHINGTON CITY — The fourth annual “Ride for Heroes Poker Run and Benefit” will begin and end at Zion Harley Davidson, 2345 N. Coral Canyon Blvd. in Washington, Saturday, offering participants a fun ride, great music and prizes, all for the benefit of Southern Utah firefighters and first responders.

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Ride for Heroes Poker Run and Benefit | Event flyer courtesy of Patriots MC Utah, St. George News

“This will be the biggest and best so far,” said Dan “Popeye” Oliver, secretary of the Patriots Motorcycle Club Utah Chapter IV. “We want everyone in the community to come and support this great cause whether they ride a motorcycle or not. People are welcome to do the poker run in their cars as well.”

Tickets are $2 and can be purchased by email or by calling 435-633-1699.

There will be prizes, including a grand prize and a  diamond back DB15 AR15 rifle.

“Proceeds will be donated to the local firefighters and first responders,” Oliver said. “In the past we have raised funds for the Veterans Home in Ivins, the 1033.org organization and many others in need in the community both at Thanksgiving and at Christmas … Our favorite part is giving back to those who serve and have served their communities and country. We are a nonprofit organization made up of military, police, firefighters, and first responders.”
Event details
  • What: Fourth Annual Ride for Heroes Poker Run and Benefit
  • When: Saturday, March 7
  • Where: Zion Harley Davidson, 2345 N. Coral Canyon Blvd., Washington
  • Tickets: $2 | Purchase by email or by telephone 435-633-1699

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1 Comment

  • fun bag March 2, 2015 at 1:35 pm

    should of took a cab. its safer

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