Brevard Public Safety Charity Ride Set For Saturday
By Brevard County Sheriff // May 1, 2014
Entry fee is $30 per rider which includes a T-shirt
ABOVE MAP: The Brevard County Public Safety Charity, located 790 South Apollo Blvd in Melbourne, works with community leaders, businesses and citizens to raise funds to help our law enforcement officers and firefighters in their time of need.
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Brevard County Public Safety Charity (BCPSC) is a newly formed not-for-profit organization that was created to help Brevard County Public Safety Officers and their families during difficult hardships.
The organization works with community leaders, businesses and citizens to raise funds to help our law enforcement officers and firefighters in their time of need.
These funds will help our public safety members when they face critical challenges such as medical emergencies, long term illness or even the tragedy of a line of duty death.
This charity organization is designed to help protect those that protect us.
On Saturday, May 3, Geoff Bodine’s Honda of Melbourne will host the First Annual Charity Ride from 8 am to 2 pm.
The event will start at Geoff Bodines Honda of Melbourne, located at 790 S. Apollo Blvd, Melbourne.
All proceeds goes directly to benefit the Brevard County Public Safety Charity.
The event is open to both bicycle and motorcycle riders. Participants will travel US 1 south to Wabasso, East across to A1A, North to US192, West over the Melbourne Causeway to US 1 and back to Geoff Bodines on Apollo Blvd. Entry fee is $30 per rider, which includes a T-shirt.
There is a passenger fee of $15, who will also receive a T-shirt.
Everyone is welcome. Please join us as we work together for an important cause.