Scott Fischer Enterprises has long been involved with the Harley-Davidson Motor Company and involved even longer with motorcycles. Operating six Harley Davidson Dealerships in a number of states, SFE is deeply entrenched in the Harley culture. The company also regularly gives back to the communities where it does business through volunteerism and fundraising. Its customers and employees have been able to raise thousands of dollars each year through events and donations. Its stores hold events, host student field trips, provide meeting spaces to groups and participate in community philanthropic events.
Kuryakyn has been leading the design and manufacturing of aftermarket parts and accessories for the motorcycle industry for the past 27 years. They are a passionate and empowered team, whose mission is to create innovative products that enhance the overall experience of the powersports enthusiast.
The Law Tigers is a national association of personal injury lawyers and their commitment to motorcycle riders extends well beyond the courtroom. Not only do they provide free legal services to many motorcycle clubs and organizations, they also offer free motorcycle safety and legal seminars to various groups. In addition, they are also active sponsors and participants in local and national charity rides, fundraisers, and other motorcycle events, such as the Laughlin River Run, Phoenix Bike Fest, Arizona Bike Week, Thunder Valley Rally, Hooligans Racing, and Sturgis.
If you are injured in a motorcycle accident contact the Law Tigers. 1-800-599-8443
Epoch Eyewear is a Veteran Owned and Operated company based in Colorado Springs CO. Since 2014 they have been at the forefront of performance eyewear innovation. They pride themselves of providing the highest quality products at affordable prices that have customers coming back again and again. No matter your budget Epoch offers a variety of styles, shapes and lenses that guarantee to make you want to hit the open road! Not only does their young group of hungry professionals work closely with their community, they pride themselves on giving back to Veterans and First Responders on a national scale.
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Scooter and I are proud to donate our meet & greet proceeds to help our military. But this means we need your help to keep moving forward and make a larger impact on our countries bravest.
We already have some great sponsorship support but can surly use more. And we’ll pay back by giving you the visibility and credit you deserve for helping us accomplish this mission. Visit our contact us page to get in touch with us, and see how your company can help with donations or helping us raise money.