02-06-2004

04NR05 - Tom Wyld Resigns from Motorcycle Riders Foundation

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Karen Bolin
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February 6, 2004

#04NR05 – Tom Wyld Resigns From Motorcycle Riders Foundation

Effective immediately, Tom Wyld has resigned his position as Vice President – Government Relations with the Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF) to pursue other career opportunities. The MRF Board of Directors wishes him well in his future endeavors.

The MRF would like to assure its members, State Motorcyclists’ Rights Organizations (SMROs) and motorcyclists nationwide that we will actively continue to pursue our agenda in Washington, DC without interruption. The MRF’s core values – integrity, respect, leadership, teamwork and excellence – will remain in the forefront as we forge ahead with all of our initiatives.

A selection committee has been formed to find a new MRF Vice President – Government Relations, and a brief position description and list of minimum qualifications will be announced and posted on the MRF website in the coming days. Any qualified parties interested in applying for this position should forward their credentials to MRF President Karen Bolin at karen@mrf.org.

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The first motorcyclists' rights organization to establish a full-time legislative advocacy presence in Washington. The Motorcycle Riders Foundation is the only Washington voice devoted exclusively to the street rider. MRF established MRFPAC in the early 1990s to advocate the election of candidates who would champion the cause of rider safety and rider freedom. MRF proudly claims state motorcyclists' rights organizations and the very founders of the American rider rights movement among its leading members. Motorcyclists worldwide can thumb-start their search for rider rights and safety on the web at www.mrf.org.

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