FEBRUARY 25, 2015

First ever motorcycle safety consortium to host event in Glendale

Riding for the Long Haul a unique partnership between safety 501c(3), government and private corporations

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GLENDALE – On March 7, 2015 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., “Riding for the Long Haul,” a first of its kind event, will be held in the parking lot of Community Church of Joy, which is located at 21000 N. 75th Avenue in Glendale. During the event, motorcycle enthusiasts will have access to interactive education and see the latest in safety gear. In addition to entertainment that will be provided by Bryan Roper, a nationally ranked trail bike stunt rider, raffle prizes, food, music and an emcee will be part of the day’s activities.

az motorcycle safety and awareness foundationProceeds from Riding for the Long Haul, which is hosted by HealthSouth Rehabilitation and the Arizona Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Foundation (AMSAF), will help underwrite the cost of motorcycle training scholarships for anyone needing training and certification. Please join us and help riders to ride for the long haul. Riding for the Long Haul is an interactive educational event designed to help communities reduce motorcycle accidents and fatalities.

The guest speakers are:
• Jerry Weiers, Mayor of Glendale
• Alberto Gutier, Director, Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS)
• John Halikowski, Director, Arizona Department of Highway Safety (ADOT)
• David Gowan, Speaker of the Arizona House
• Frank Milstead, Director, Department of Public Safety DPS

For more information contact Mick Degn, chairman, AMSAF at 888.951.3732.