By: Jerry, email@example.com
over 8 years
Ann Arbor T-shirt Company Minion Andrew “Teats” Hypnar will be doing us proud this summer as he rides a peddle bicycle from San Francisco to Washington, D.C. with Push America on behalf of America’s disabled community.
The event, which features 100 riders in three teams, covers 4,000 miles and raises a half a million dollars. The money is distributed along the way to local disability groups like Easter Seals, the ARC of California, etc, and the guys stop every night to volunteer with the disabled community.
We are very proud of Mr. Teats, who is a Michigan student from Dearborn, a volunteer at Romulus High School’s basketball program, and an all-around nice guy. He will be riding the same (POS) bicycle that Ann Arbor T-shirt Company co-founder Jerry made the trek with in 2006, and it is with great pride that we contribute $1500 to kick his fundraising off. If you’d like to help him reach his goal of $6,500, we highly encourage you to visit his page and make a donation!
The Journey of Hope stops in Ann Arbor to volunteer at the Eisenhower Center on 8/1/2011.
Tags: #charity, #local