July 2014 Blog Posts

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Bill Alfano

As a Cape Cod resident, Chris Ross, 42, has always been familiar with the Pan-Mass Challenge. In 2009, Ross, of Eastham, Mass., signed up for his first ride in the annual bike-a-thon, in memory of Daniel Clow, his father-in-law who had recently succumbed to liver cancer.  

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In 1994 and 1995, Shayna Silva, now 29, of Pelham, N.H., watched her father, David, now 58, cross the finish line for the Pan-Mass Challenge. She was in awe of the sea of riders and their commitment to raise money to help fight cancer and was empowered by the energy she felt from spectators and volunteers from the sidelines. David then retired from the event as a cyclist to become a PMC volunteer. 

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Did you know that t-shirts can be a powerful part of your #PMC2014 fundraising strategy? 

To help you raise awareness for your ride and funds for the PMC, the Pan-Mass Challenge has hooked up with Newton, MA-based Booster, the t-shirt fundraising site The Boston Globe described as “Crowdfunding for a Cause.” 

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