For Immediate Release
Contact: Carol Downs, Conference Director
Telephone: (303) 204-6939
Fax: (720) 748-0743
BEAST OF THE EAST EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE DRAWING NEAR
Washington, DC, March 10, 2008 — Each year the Motorcycle Riders Foundation holds two regional and one national conference to provide motorcyclists with the necessary tools to assist them with the fundamentals of motorcycle rights, education and awareness. This year the Massachusetts Motorcycle Association is hosting The BEAST of the East at the Marriott Boston Peabody in Peabody, Massachussets from April 18-20.
Attendance to the Beast of East is open to both MRF members and the general public with members receiving a discounted registration price. Individuals wishing to attend this conference will receive $10 off the regular registration fee if you register for this event before March 26, 2008. Registrations received before the deadline will be $60 for MRF Members and $70 for non-members. After March 26, the fee will increase to $70 and $80 respectively. The seminar cost will cover all the seminars for the weekend as well as a dinner banquet on Saturday night.
The Motorcycle Riders Foundation does extend a chapter/district group rate for every conference, which must be received prior to the early registration deadline. This group rate of $100 will cover the cost of seminars for an unlimited number of attendees from that chapter or district but unfortunately does not cover the cost of the banquet on Saturday night. Any individuals wishing to attend the banquet can pay a separate $35 fee before or at registration for Beast of the East.
The Marriott Boston Peabody is located on 8A Centennial Drive, Peabody, MA 01960. The room rate with standard amenities is $99.00 per night plus tax. Accommodations for this event must be made by March 26, 2008 and can be made by calling the Marriott Boston Peabody at (978) 977-9700. Rooms may no longer be available after this date.
In order to register for this event, you can visit our website at www.mrf.org or contact the office at (202) 546-0983. Applications can be printed and mail to the MRF office at 236 Massachusetts Ave N.E., Suite 510, Washington, D.C. 20002. For more information about this conference, contact the Conference Director, Carol Downs, at (303) 204-6939 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MMA will be sponsoring an Accident Scene Management class at the conclusion of the Beast of the East. The course will be presented by Gail and David Riley, ASMI Instructors on Sunday, April 20 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM at the Marriott Boston Peabody. The course instruction covers the necessary knowledge and skills for individuals to provide assistance on the scene of a motorcycle crash until medical professionals arrive. Course fees are $55.00, but MRF and MMA members will receive a $10 discount when they present their membership cards. For more information on this course, contact the course instructor Gail Riley at (978) 346- 9760 or email@example.com.
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organization headquartered in Washington, DC. The first motorcyclists'
rights organization to establish a full-time presence in Washington, DC,
the Motorcycle Riders Foundation is the only Washington voice devoted
exclusively to the street rider. The MRF established MRFPAC in the early
1990s to advocate the election of candidates who would champion the cause
of rider safety and rider freedom.
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very founders of the American riders' rights movement among its leading
members. The MRF is involved in federal and state legislation and
regulations, motorcycling safety education, training, and public
awareness. The MRF provides members and state motorcyclists' rights
organizations with direction and information, and sponsors annual regional
and national educational seminars for motorcyclists rights activists, as
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