Blue Springs Harley-Davidson Teams with Kansas City Chiefs Ambassadors. Heads in Helmets Ride Benefit for the Chiefs Children’s Fund
Blue Springs Harley-Davidson Teams with Kansas City Chiefs Ambassadors Heads in Helmets Ride Benefit for the Chiefs Children’s Fund
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – April 30, 2013 For more information contact: David Worth Blue Springs Harley-Davidson 3100 NW Jefferson -- Blue Springs, MO 64015 816.224.5005 -- www.BlueSpringsHarleyDavidson.com
Strap on your helmet Saturday, May 4, 2013 and join Blue Springs Harley-Davidson and the Kansas City Chiefs Ambassadors for a motorcycle ride. The ride, Heads in Helmets, is to raise concussion awareness amongst youth sports.
The ride starts at Arrowhead stadium with a behind the scenes tour of the Chiefs locker room and pictures on the field. Riders will take off from Arrowhead and head to downtown Lee’s Summit for a stop. Riders will continue to Blue Springs Harley-Davidson for the final stop. Celebrate the end of the ride with food, beverages and a concert by the Breeze along with fun and prizes including autographed helmets and H-D gear.
Heads in Helmets benefits the Chiefs Children's Fund. You can still register this week at Blue Springs Harley-Davidson or the morning of the ride in Arrowhead’s Lot M.
Don’t plan on riding? Join the final stop celebration at Blue Springs Harley-Davidson. Food, live music, and raffle start around 1 p.m.
Arrive/Register: 9 a.m. Meet: Arrowhead’s Lot M Final Stop: Blue Springs Harley-Davidson
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