BIKERS WEEKEND BENEFITED SOUTH FLORIDA CHARITIES FOR KIDS – THE 20TH ANNUAL ALLIGATOR ALLEY HARLEY-DAVIDSON “BIKERS BASH” & THE 31ST ANNUAL SFPC TOYS IN THE SUN RUN
The 20th Annual Alligator Alley Harley-Davidson Bikers Bash weekend benefited the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County (BGCBC) from Dec. 6-9, 2018 with a tribute to Rita & Rick Case as co-founders of the Bikers Bash which has raised over $2 million for BGCBC, one of the 14 events they founded in 32 years. Additionally, the late Bruce Rossmeyer during the VIP “Bikers Bash” fundraiser on Friday, Dec. 7th at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
“Bringing joy to kids during the holidays is one of the greatest moments we all experience and this weekend provided many South Florida children with great memories and wonderful holiday gifts,” said Rick Case of Rick Case Automotive Group.
An extraordinary weekend of events was made possible by philanthropy leaders such as Honorary Chair Christopher Osceola of The Seminole Tribe of Florida, The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and the “Leaders of the Pack” with Chairman Ryan Case plus the event title sponsor, Alligator Alley Harley-Davidson for their generous support of the event. Additional sponsors included: Team National, JM Family Enterprises, The Rick Case Automotive Group, Hooter’s in Pembroke Pines, Daytona Destination and many more.
The weekend went through Sunday, December 9th with the 31st Annual SFPC Toys in the Sun Run presented by Rick Case Automotive Group – the world’s largest police-escorted motorcycle parade from I-95 to I-595, bringing tens of thousands of riders concluding at Markham Park where the riders enjoyed a live performance by legendary rocker, Bret Michaels. Sponsors included Alligator Alley Harley Davidson, Waste Pro, Pines Lincoln, Proscapes, Delvecchios Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria and many more.
The event benefitted James Jr. Fund & Joe Dimaggio Children’s Hospital and toys were donated to children throughout South Florida. Since the Toy Run inception, over $15 million has been raised for sick children and approximately $20 million in toys have been collected for children throughout South Florida.