9/11 Remembrance Ride Returns For 18th Year In Billings
The B.A.S.T.A.R.D.S. (Bikers Against Stupid Twits And Really Dumb Sh**s) will host the 18th Annual 9-11 Remembrance Ride on Saturday, September 9th.
The ride is in parade format. It starts at Laurel Chevrolet, traveling along Frontage Road into Billings, stopping for a Remembrance Ceremony at the Yellowstone County Courthouse, and then participating in a poker run around the area.
All proceeds from the 9-11 Remembrance Ride are donated to Laurel Hometown Troops, who ship care packages to local military members stationed overseas.
For 2022, here's what the Remembrance Ride raised $21,800 for the Laurel Hometown Troops thanks to 500 participants, and 350 motorcycles during the ride.
How YOU Can Help!
If you'd like to help be a part of the ride, there are 3 sponsorship levels available:
- Platinum Sponsor - $2,000
- Your Logo on the event poster, Poker Hand, and Facebook event page
- Gold Sponsor - $1,000
- Your Logo on Poker Hand and Facebook event page
- Silver Sponsor - $500
- Your Logo on the Facebook event page
How Does My Donation Help?
Laurel Hometown Troops (LHT) sends a shipment of 3 to 4 large boxes to each recipient, which are troops stationed overseas. These boxes contain enough items for a squad, not just one or a few service members.
LHT includes everything from Candy to a Christmas tree, from jerky to games. The delivery and unpacking can completely transform a difficult holiday season thousands of miles from home into a lighter, festive occasion.
This is where your donation has the most impact: providing support to the defenders of our freedom when they need it most – far from home, during the holidays, missing their families.