fundraising

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Justine Darmanian

Use the official hashtag - #PanMass2017 in all of your PMC posts! Make sure to follow, share, and tag the PMC on your favorite social media channels!

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Bill Alfano

Congratulations! Not only have you committed to training and completion of the Pan-Mass Challenge, but you’re geared up to fundraise for the PMC! Fundraising can be a challenge. Create an experience for your donors in the form of a fundraising event.

Why A Fundraising Event?

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Bill Alfano

New riders are invited and encouraged to attend one of three orientation sessions held during April.  The sessions will be held on April 4th, April 10th and April 23rd from 6:30pm - 9:00pm at PMC headquarters in Needham. Click this link to sign up.  The sessions are presented by Billy Starr and the PMC professional staff and include:

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Looking to learn new ways to promote your PMC fundraising while you train for the ride? Join Landry's Marketing Rides to network with local advertising and marketing professionals during a bike ride with Landry's marketing director, Jack Johnson. Cyclists will discuss marketing strategies, advertising and promotional ideas with marketing professionals, and learn about Landry's business and its success in the biking industry.

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PMC participants can raise money for their ride through the purchase of the new PMC 2012 bead, which generates a 20 percent donation to an individual or team ride. This limited edition bead was designed to match the 2012 rider jerseys. The PMC bead is designed by locally-based company Confidence Beads™.  It is inscribed in sterling silver on both sides with PMC 2012, a keepsake to celebrate the accomplishment of any rider, volunteer or supporter.

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Pan-Mass Challenge

You've signed up for your first ever Pan-Mass Challenge. Now what do you do? You attend rider orientation. The PMC hosts these annual events to introduce new riders to the organization as well as answer any and all questions you may have as you prepare for your ride. How do you effectively train for the PMC? What should you eat before, during and after a 190 mile bike ride? What tools are available to help with fundraising? How I do I share my story with the media? These are just some of the questions that will be answered during rider orientation.