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Rider Insurance Says ‘Check Your Headlights’ | Breast Cancer Awareness

Rider Insurance Says ‘Check Your Headlights’ | Breast Cancer Awareness Rider Insurance Supports Breast Cancer Awareness

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. And with last year’s success, raising over $3,000, Rider Insurance is once again running its “Check Your Headlights” campaign to help raise awareness.

Available now throughout the entire month of October, Rider will have “Check Your Headlights” t-shirts and magnets available for purchase online through Rider’s Facebook page, website, http://www.rider.com and online store.

All net proceeds from the sales of the shirts and magnets ($5 per shirt, $1 per magnet) will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation in an effort to fund research for a cure. Monetary contributions are also being accepted.

In addition, $1 for every new “Like” we receive on Facebook with a cap of $2000 will also be donated. The Rider Insurance Bleiwise Family Foundation will match all net proceeds. Join the fight against breast cancer and don’t forget to Check Your Headlights.

Founded in 1971 by motorcycle enthusiast Harry Bleiwise, and built on his dedication to riding, Rider is currently the largest motorcycle insurance provider in New Jersey, and the only carrier serving the motorcycle community exclusively. Rider has been expanding its operations and is now providing coverage to riders of Delaware, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia.

For more information on Rider Insurance, call 800-595-6393 or visit http://www.Rider.com.

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