Motorcyclists across the state are invited to join the 28-mile trip around Lee County to raise funds for ACT in honor of David Barbur, a former Sunrise Rotary Club “Rotarian” and ACT Board member who led a remarkable life of service in the Fort Myers community.
The ACT Motorcycle Ride on Sunday, August 15, will raise funds for ACT to continue providing meaningful program services to victims and survivors of domestic violence and their children and survivors of sexual assault, and human trafficking in Lee, Hendry, and Glades counties. The ride is $30 per person and $20 per passenger.
This year’s event sponsors include Goldberg Noone Abraham, Personal Injury Attorneys and Stu’s Motorcycles and award-winning Captiva Island restaurant Keylime Bistro,
“ACT is so appreciative to work with Goldberg Noone Abraham, Stu’s Motorcycles and Keylime Bistro to promote raise so much needed funds for our agency,” shared Jennifer L. Benton, chief executive officer with ACT. “We hope to raise at least $5,000. The motorcycle ride will begin with registration starting at 8:30 a.m. with registration and “kickstands up” at 9:30 a.m. at Stu’s Motorcycles located at 14607 Six Mile Cypress Pkwy in Fort Myers, and end at the Keylime Bistro restaurant on 11509 Andy Rosse Lane on Captiva Island. The event will wrap up with an assortment of award-winning brunch items, and of course their famous key lime pie.
For more information, contact Jennifer L. Benton at 239-939-2553 or visit http://www.actabuse.com/event/annual-david-barbur-bikers-brunch/.