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Ride for Dragonfly


Ride for Dragonfly Ready to Roll to Benefit Pediatric Cancer Patients & Their Families

CINCINNATI -- The 4th Annual Ride for Dragonfly, Presented by The Basement Doctor of Cincinnati, rolls out at Queen City Harley-Davidson in Fairfield on September 18th. The Ride was started by friends of Wally and Emily Herbert, parents of Walter “SuperBubz”. “Superbubz” was a young cancer patient and a Dragonfly who passed away in late 2017. The Ride benefits The Dragonfly Foundation, which helps thousands of pediatric cancer patients and their families as they navigate their own battle with cancer.

The Ride for Dragonfly will start at 11:30 a.m. on September 18th at Queen City Harley-Davidson, 5960 Dixie Highway, in Fairfield. The cost for single riders to register is $20 and passengers are an additional $5. Registration is open at dragonfly.org/motorcycle or riders can register the day of the event starting at 9:30 a.m.

The family-friendly event will include food trucks, a bounce house for kids, and an after-party with live music by Scotty Bratcher and the Danny Fraizer Band, sponsored by HTC LLC Roofing, Siding, Windows and Gutters. There will also be raffles, split-the-pot, vendors and a booth that will sell commemorative Ride for Dragonfly

t-shirts and other merchandise.

All proceeds from the Ride for Dragonfly will go to support The Dragonfly Foundation in making a difference by providing the best support services to pediatric cancer patients and their families. For more information please contact Mary Tignor, Community Relations Manager for The Dragonfly Foundation, at m.tignor@dragonfly.org.


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