What if you had a hobby you enjoyed so much you wanted to include all of your friends? And what if you wanted to create a community event in your hometown that benefited a much-loved local charity? How would you do that?
Our guest today did just that by gathering his friends and family, involved local schools, businesses and social services, and created an event that combines fun and giving on a Saturday every
Join us today to learn all about Wheels of Hope.
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