Ride will help fund scholarships and educational opportunities for the next generation of industry professionals
Bethesda, Md.—The Automotive Aftermarket Riders Club (AARC) will once again Ride for the Future this October to fund scholarships and educational opportunities for the next generation of industry professionals. AARC encourages those who support their mission to donate to the University of the Aftermarket Foundation, sponsor a rider or join AARC on this year’s epic adventure.
The scenic ride will begin at Eagle Rider Rentals and Tours in Las Vegas on Thursday, Oct. 27, with the riders heading to Zion National Park in Southern Utah and Lake Powell in Northern Arizona. The following day, the riders will spend the day at the Grand Canyon before heading back to Las Vegas on Oct. 29, via Kingman, Ariz., on Route 66.
Interested riders can rent motorcycles from Eagle Rider Rentals and Tours with an advance reservation. For more information or to learn how to become a rider or sponsor, contact Jim McGonagle at email@example.com.
To support the AARC Ride for the Future by making a donation to the University of the Aftermarket Foundation, visit UofA-Foundation.org and click on the donate tab or download and submit the AARC donor form from the resources section of the UAF website.
About the University of the Aftermarket Foundation
Since 1986, the University of the Aftermarket Foundation has funded millions of dollars of scholarships, grants, research and ongoing educational programs to help develop a strong, knowledgeable aftermarket work force. The foundation encourages industry support, including donations for the purpose of honoring or memorializing individuals or otherwise recognizing special events, to help ensure the continued availability of training and education that strengthen the industry. The University of the Aftermarket Foundation is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit organization and all contributions are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. For more information, visit UofA-Foundation.org.
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