The Ride for Change is Returning to Lawton, Fort Sill!
The Ride for Change is returning to Lawton, Fort Sill. My twin brother from a different mother and fellow broadcasting blood brother Frank Pain will be hitting the road on his Harley early next month on a 10 market multi-state road trip. This year The Ride for Change will be raising funds to assist low income families with children who want to participate in school band and music education. We hope to raise enough money to help every kid who wants to be a part of their school's band program. It's gonna be a good time and for a great cause when Frank comes to town! He'll be making a stop at Diamondback Harley Davidson.
The Ride for Change will be making it's 2021 run from Monday, May 3rd through Saturday, May 15th (05-03-21 until 05-15-21). He'll be making stops in Midland/Odessa, Lubbock Amarillo, Lawton, Wichita Falls, Texarkana, Tyler, Victoria, San Angelo and Abilene. Join us at Diamondback Harley Davidson 301 S.E. Interstate Drive on Thursday, May 6th (05-06-21) from 11:00am until 1:00pm. Frank will be in town, we'll be hanging out broadcasting live on Z94 and encouraging you to come out and if possible make a donation. You can stop by to make your donation in person that day, or you can click here to visit the official Ride for Change "Go Fund Me" site and make a donation today. Every little bit helps and goes to fund the cause.
Last year's Ride for Change raised money and awareness for minority scholarships. You can get all the details here. Frank rode through Texas and Oklahoma setting up scholarship programs in each market he visited, including Lawton, Fort Sill. A BIG THANKS to each and every one of you who came out, supported the ride and made donations, we really appreciate it. Make plans now to attend this year's event by joining us at Diamondback Harley Davidson Thursday, May 6th (05-6-21) from 11:00am to 1:00pm. Let's do our part to help local and area children who may not have the financial means to participate in school band and music education programs. Whatever you can afford to give would be greatly appreciated, do it for the kids!