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'Ride for the Red' Helps Red Cross

Published: 10:11 PM, 05/07/2011

Seventy motorcycle riders traveled 150 miles through Northeast Tennessee on Apr. 30 in rousing support of victims of devastating storms just two days earlier. The Second Annual Ride for the Red motorcycle ride raised funds for the American Red Cross of Northeast Tennessee. It was sponsored by Food City, Pepsi and MGC Property LLC. Video by Brian Cutshall.
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