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For Immediate Release

31 October 2008

Contact: Michael "Boz" Kerr, MRF Vice President
Email: boz@mrf.org

MRF VP to appear on Chicago Radio Show

MRF Vice President Michael "Boz" Kerr will be the featured guest on the Chicago radio show "Open Road Radio" at 11 AM CST this Sunday (11-2-08).
He will be discussing the coming election and it's implications for motorcyclists.

Open Road Radio is a motorcyclist orientated program. It is broadcast on
91.5 FM WIIL Rock every Sunday from 11 AM to 12 PM CST in the Chicago metropolitan area. For those outside the listening area, it can be heard on-line at http://www.openroadradio.com/.

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