Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Georgia Charity Poker Run, Motorcycle & Car Show

cathy's help car This Saturday in Georgia, Jeremy and Nicole Johnson of Muttin Cycles  will host a poker run and bike show to benefit The Cathy’s Help Foundation.

Cathy’s Help caters to women that are battling breast cancer with or without insurance. The foundation was created in memory of Jeremy’s mother, Cathy Johnson, who lost her battle in 2005. The foundation aims to help with medical bills, medicine, home repairs ... Last year, a woman needed a new AC unit so Jeremy took everything in the account and made it happen. The funds are sitting at $3,554.51 and their goal is $50,000. Do me a favor and follow their Facebook page, donate if you can and help spread the word. Every dollar that is donated goes towards the cause.

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Cathy's Help poker run Registration for the poker run opens at 8:30am Sat., July 9th at Stone Mountain Harley-Davidson in Conyers, GA. Kickstands up at 10:30am. The first stop will be Rocky's Hwy 142 Bar and Grill in Farrar, GA. (Newborn, GA.), then to Hammer's Get-A-Way in Jackson, GA and then back to The Whistle Post Tavern in Old Town Conyers, GA for the bike show and party.

Riders will travel in small groups from stop-to-stop on this 75-80 mile ride. The cost is $15 for single riders plus $10 for passengers.

Motorcycles from the poker run will also be entered in the Bike & Car Show for the chance to win some very cool prizes.

Not participating in the poker run? Then go ahead and join the party at The Whistle Post Tavern in Old Town Conyers, GA from 10 am to 6 pm to enjoy music, drink, food and the bike show. There will also be a plethora of raffle items from members of  The Limpnickie Lot, Cycle Source Magazine, Gilby Clark, Napa Auto Parts, Chili’s, Dill Paintworks and others. The entry fee for a car or motorcycle is $10.

There will be plenty of vendors and friends from will be there to supply the music.

There will be a raffle with lots of items including this leather wallet donated by DB Custom Leather.

For more event information or to make a donation, visit