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January 14, 2014

Sponsors needed for Redbud Ride

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. —

Sponsors are needed for the annual Redbud Ride on April 12.  More than 1,200 cyclists from around the country will visit London and experience what the countryside has to offer.  Additionally, the event welcomes the entire community, whether they cycle or not, to enjoy live music and great food.

Consider becoming a sponsor to make this event better than ever.

There are $250 and $500 sponsorships.

Sponsorships will be listed in email, on Facebook, on the website and placed on the official T-shirt and printed media during the event.

Those interested can also volunteer their time by helping at the various rest stops throughout the course or as a driver assisting cyclists who have had accidents or mechanical problems on the day of the ride.

Please contact London Downtown for complete information at 606-862-8841 or send donations to Redbud Ride, c/o London Downtown, 501 Main St. London, Ky., 40741 or email: info@redbudride.com.

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