Our Inverness store getting ready for The Heart & Stroke Foundation Big Bike Ride! We had some associates fire up the grill, we had music and fun, plus of course the Big Bike Ride itself! All proceeds went to the Canadian Heart & Stroke Foundation because Central Cares about the hearts of our communities.
https://www.carowinds.com/…/carowinds-cares-charitable-prog… The Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund (JDRF) of Greater Western Carolinas: www.gwc.jdrf.org Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central and Western North Carolina: www.nc.wish.org Give Kids The World, Passport for Kids Program: www.gktw.org Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Greater Charlotte: www.bbbscharlotte.org patience
Central's Sydney store is riding on August 30th! They're firing up the bbq on August 9th (11am-1pm) and August 28th (11am-1pm) to raise more money for The Heart & Stroke Foundation. Wish them luck as they pedal the Big Bike! Thank you to Store Manager, Dan Duffy & his team in Sydney!
Central's Windsor store rode in The Big Bike event for the Heart & Stroke Foundation on July 30th. They've issued a friendly challenge to the other Central stores encouraging them to hop on the big bike and get pedaling for a healthier Canada! Thank you to Store Manager, Neil McLellan and his team in Windsor!
Thank you so much, Inverness, for your exceptionally generous support for The Big Bike Ride. We were honoured to be a part of supporting The Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada and we were so, so proud of the support that came from our community.
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