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13NR11 - MRF News Release - Bikes on the Border

21 March 2013

Contact:Jeff Hennie, Vice President of Government Ralations and Public Affairs

Bikes on the Border

This past weekend saw the inaugural "Bikes at the Border", a motorcycle rights event held on the border of South and North Carolina. The single day event was the brainchild of the McGrath & Danielson Law Group and supported by the local SMRO's. The MRF would like to thank our friends at McGrath & Danielson Law Group and ABATE of South Carolina who hosted the hospitality suite and did a lot of the promotional/boots on the ground preparation for this event!

Described as a "mini Meeting of the Minds", the event was designed to educate the attendees about motorcycle laws and legislation. It also served as a networking session for the who's who of the motorcycle rights world of the southeast corner of this country.

The Midwest has STEAM (Seminar To Educate And Motivate) and Mid-South MILE (Motorcyclist Improving Legislative Effectiveness. "Not every one can attend a MRF regional event or the annual Meeting of the Minds, so these smaller, more local events are a great supplement and provide an opportunity to discuss state and local laws in great depth", said Jeff Hennie, Vice President of Government Relations and Public Affairs for the MRF. Hennie attended and presented at Bikes on the Border.

The event was held at the world famous roadside attraction known as "South of the Border". If you have ever traveled on I-95 between North and South Carolina, you know where it is.

Overall it was a great event with a promising future.


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