Good Afternoon JNL
Just an update from Northlands Inaugural Pink Ribbon Ride 2020, which was held on Oct 3rd.
We had 94 registered riders and cars for our first event which we class as a success. We had riders from all over the North Island and just not Northland. Our furthest traveled bike came all the way from Murupara (South of Rotorua), and 3 others from the Waikato. The weather was perfect, and everyone had an awesome time, even the dogs that attended. (pink nails and all)
As you know this fundraising event was to raise funds and awareness for Breast Cancer Foundation NZ. Almost everything from prizes to raffles was sponsored. And I am pleased to say that on the day we presented BCFNZ with a ceremonial cheque for $6,040.00
This amount however is not our final total, the final total is now in and it is a whopping $7,144.00. We will be having the cheque redone with the final amount on Sunday 11th.
This total would not have been possible if it were not for the support of our sponsors like Juken NZ Ltd. Your donation was sold, and money raised adding to our grand total. So, on behalf of Let EM Roll Social Riders, I thank you once more for your support and donation.
Mr Peter Kipa, Chairperson for Let Em Roll Social Riders Club presented a certificate of appreciation and support to Mr Campbell Crooks on the 9th October. We have already been approved by BCFNZ to hold Northlands Pink Ribbon Ride 2021, that is how much of a success this has been.
Check out www.facebook.com/northlandpinkribbonride2020 for lots of photos and videos of the day.
So, thank you for your support and donation to this worth while cause.
Let EM Roll Social Riders Club