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Get Your Motor Runnin...Head Out on the Highway...The 3rd Annual Greatest Escape Motorcycle Ride For Meso Research is This Sunday!!

07-22-2015

Join us and the Pacific Meso Center this Sunday, July 26, for a fun and exciting motorcycle ride up scenic Angeles Crest Highway to the legendary mountain-top roadhouse, Newcomb’s Ranch. This once in a lifetime experience will be led by Grand Marshall, Fabio Lanzoni!

Upon arriving at Newcomb’s Ranch, riders can kick back in the shade of the surrounding redwoods, enjoy a barbeque lunch, quench their thirst with a cold craft beer and be entertained by the rock band Cherry & the Bulldogs. There will also be raffle prizes and a live auction. K-Earth 101’s Morning Show host, Gary Bryan, will emcee the event.

Registration opens at 8:30 a.m. at Glendale Harley Davidson located at 3717 San Fernando Road in Glendale California, with the ride starting at 10:00 a.m. Registration is $40 for riders and $30 for passengers who pre-register by July 25, 2015. Day of event registration is $45 for riders and $35 for passengers. Participants will receive a commemorative pin, bandana, and lunch. Non-riders are also welcome to join in the fun for $25 which covers lunch, entertainment, and parking.

Proceeds from this event will fund the Pacific Meso Center’s ongoing research into cures for mesothelioma at the Punch Worthington lab on the UCLA campus and the Pacific Meso Center’s own lab in West Los Angeles.

Worthington & Caron, PC is proud to be the platinum sponsor of the ride for the 3rd year in a row.

For more information, sponsorship opportunities and to register please visit http://www.thegreatestescape.org/, or contact Clare Cameron at 310-478-4678, or via email: ccameron@phlbi.org.

The last two years raised over $100,000 for mesothelioma research! Help us break the record!

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