Perry Harley-Davidson Gives Back To Community With New Foundation
Wanting to support the local community, Perry Harley-Davidson is starting a foundation to give back.
Perry Harley-Davidson in Kalamazoo is Michigan's oldest Harley dealer, founded in 1925 by the father of present owner Richard Perry. Perry formed the foundation to help provide the much needed funds and services for the local communities.
In a press release, Jill Perry, General Manager said,
With all the uncertainty in the world today we want to help unite and support our communities.
We just felt we had to do something to give back to our communities. Perry Harley-Davidson has been in this community and Southwest Michigan since 1925. Our United We Ride event will become an annual event.
The first event/ride, United We Ride, will be held Saturday, May 13, 2017, at 11:00am. Entry fees will be $15 per bike, or $20 with a passenger. Registration will begin at 9:00am. All proceeds will go to the Perry Harley-Davidson Community Foundation.
The ride will depart and return to Perry Harley-Davidson. Free food provided by Perry Harley-Davidson will be available for the riders upon their return.
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