Over the river and through the woods to New Salem and Almont we go!

The ABATE of North Dakota Toy Run is sneaking up on us fast.  Don't miss out and share this info with your riding friends so ABATE's Christmas Community Elves Program will be well stocked with toys for all the good girls and boys.

Sunday September 12th riders from across the region are revving up for a reason!

Thanks to you, year after year after year, the ABATE Toy Run helps make sure that area kids in need have themselves a merry little Christmas.  Annually, over 65 children's holidays are made brighter through this event.

You don't have to be a biker, just gotta love kids!

Cars and trucks are welcome on the run.  And if you can't make the event September 12th you can make your toy donations all the way up to December with drop off locations at the ABATE office in Bismarck, or at the Lonesome Dove or Scooter Shak on the Strip Mandan.

Donations should be new and unwrapped toys and of course cash donations which will be used to purchase Christmas gifts for kids.

The ride takes off from Mandan's Hideaway Bar- visit ABATE's Facebook page for info and updates.

Speaking of the ABATE Facebook page, my company Townsquare Media teams up with ABATE of North Dakota and so many other fantastic partners for our weekly Bike Night Wednesdays at Sickies Garage.  This year it was hotter than heck but that didn't stop the crowds from making it week after week.  Our final party of the year was Wednesday September 1st and I was happy to see this on ABATE's Facebook page..

ABATE of ND would like to thank TownSquare Media and all of the attendees of Bike Night.
The ABATE/NDMSP fundraiser last night raised $520 for your ABATE!!! Thank you to everyone for your support of ND's largest motorcycle rights and safety organization.
Thank you! Thank you!

It's safe to say there's no bigger hearts than biker hearts.

Don't forget to share this with friends so the 10th Annual ABATE Toy Run can be the biggest of them all!


Get Out And See North Dakota!!!

 

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