Why We Ride Films to Support PBTF for Brain Tumor Awareness Month

Why We Ride Films to Support PBTF for Brain Tumor Awareness Month

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Why We Ride Films to Support PBTF for Brain Tumor Awareness Month

Moorpark, Calif. – April 30, 2015 – In observance of Brain Tumor Awareness Month this May, Why We Ride Films is launching two initiatives to help raise funds as part of their ongoing partnership with the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation (PBTF), home of Ride for Kids. Why We Ride Films will be donating a portion of proceeds from their May DVD sales to the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, and will also be hosting the “Why We Ride to the Quail” benefit dinner in conjunction with The Quail Motorcycle Gathering.
 

Why We Ride Films will donate $5 to the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation for every copy of the DVD sold on www.whyweride.com in the month of May. Why We Ride producer James Walker and producer/director Bryan H. Carroll will be kicking off the month-long fundraiser at the 2015 Los Angeles Ride for Kids, set for May 3rd at American Honda Motor’s headquarters in Torrance, CA. “Our fundraising efforts couldn’t go to a better organization,” said Why We Ride producer James Walker. “We are always astounded by the work that the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation does for families afflicted by this terrible disease, so we are happy to lend our support with the fundraising initiative.”

“Why We Ride to the Quail” Riders Dinner – May 15, 2015
Why We Ride Films is also hosting a fundraising dinner on Friday, May 15th in conjunction with The Quail Motorcycle Gathering in Monterey, CA. The 1st Annual “Why We Ride to the Quail” Riders Dinner is open to the public and includes dinner, a pass to The Quail Motorcycle Gathering, and a gift bag. Attendees are also encouraged to join the group ride on Saturday morning from the Hyatt Regency to The Quail Motorcycle Gathering. Bell Helmets, Eagle Rider and The Sturgis Museum are also providing support for the dinner and ride, and proceeds from the event will be donated to the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.

Why We Ride producer/director Bryan H. Carroll added, “We will be doing everything we can to help raise awareness and funds for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation this May and beyond. Our message has always been about family and inspiring the next generation of riders, and we’re honored to be able to offer two unique ways for people to support the Foundation.”
 

“We are very grateful for the ongoing work that Why We Ride Films is doing to help support our cause,” said Steve Reynolds, National Director of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Ride for Kids program. “We are very excited to be involved in their events and fundraising initiatives in the motorcycle industry, and we hope that together we can continue to raise funds and increase awareness of this disease.”

Learn more about the film and the growing social movement at www.whyweride.com, and be sure to follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can also become a part of the community by signing up for the Why We Ride newsletter.

About the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation: The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation (PBTF), the official charity of Why We Ride Films, works to eliminate the challenges of brain tumors by funding medical research and family support programs. Motorcyclists may be familiar with the organization’s Ride for Kids program, a series of rides across the country that raise money for the Foundation. To learn more or make a direct donation, visit www.CureTheKids.org.

About Why We Ride: Why We Ride is a feature length documentary film. Since its December 2013 release, it has quickly become the #1 Motorcycle Film in the United States. Independently distributed by Producer/Director Bryan H. Carroll and Producer James Walker, Why We Ride’s aim is to use the power of cinema not only to entertain but also educate, inspire and celebrate the world of motorcycling with audiences worldwide. To learn more about Why We Ride, visit www.WhyWeRide.com.

  

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