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Garden State Harley Davidson is Working With Mallory's Army to Help "Blue Out Bullying"

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MORRIS PLAINS, NJ -  Garden State Harley-Davidson, is hosting a benefit ride on Saturday, June 2, 2018 for the charitable organization, Mallory’s Army. The fifty mile, scenic, police escorted ride will leave the dealership at approximately 11am and wind its way through Morris County. Upon return to Garden State Harley-Davidson there will be a BBQ, Music, and more!

Registration for the ride will begin at 9:00am on June 2. The cost to attend is $20 per Rider, $15 per Passenger, and $10 for anyone not riding to attend the BBQ. Riders and guests may Pre-Register for the ride at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mallorys-army-benefit-ride-tickets-43176294459, and search “Mallory’s Army”. Garden State Harley-Davidson is located at 1775 Route 10 East in Morris Plains.

All proceeds will go directly to Mallory’s Army.

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“The motorcycle community consists of some of the most kind & generous people you will ever meet. We are happy to be here in Morris Plains, and grateful to be able to help so many charitable causes in our own backyard", said  Randi Kolano of Garden State Harley Davidson.

Please consider attending the event to support Mallory’s Army. Anyone with questions can stop by Garden State Harley-Davidson for more information about the ride and the cause. The dealership is currently selling Mallory’s Army bracelets and all proceeds go directly to the charity. Questions can also be directed to Randi Kolano at 973-898-7100 or randi@gardenstatehd.com.

Garden State Harley-Davidson is a full retail establishment that sells New and Pre-Owned Motorcycles, Genuine H-D Parts & Accessories, full line of H-D Apparel and Riding Gear, as well as a Service Department with Factory Trained Technicians.

 

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