Ta Ta Towing in Orange Beach and The Hangout in Gulf Shores are teaming up for 2nd Annual Ta Ta Ride Fall Edition! There are Two Ta Ta Rides each year, one in April and one in November. The 2nd Annual Ta Ta Ride Fall Edition will happen Saturday, November 10, 2012. Everyone's invited, and since the ride will take place on Veterans Day weekend, organizers are hoping to have a lot of veterans participate in the ride.
The ride will start and end at The Hangout in Gulf Shores. You can pre-register online or in person Friday night at The Hangout from 5:00 until 9:00pm. You can also register the morning of the race, at The Hangout at 9:00. Entry is $40 per bike, and $10 for each additional rider.
The ride starts at The Hangout at 11:00am Saturday, and riders must be back by 5:00pm for the after party. There will be door prizes, a male bikini top contest, a silent auction, a frozen t-shirt contest, and live music from Wes Bayliss and The Ricochet Band.
You can also get in on the raffle for a 2013 Harley Street Glide. Tickets are one for $5 or five for $20, and they can be purchased at The Hangout. Even if you don't have a motorcycle you can still join in on the fun at the after party to help raise money for a great cause.
If you can't make it to the Ta Ta Ride, you can still help the cause when you request a pink tow truck from Ta Ta Towing. Ten percent of every tow goes toward breast cancer research at UAB. For more information about the ride or to donate, please visit www.tatatowing.com, or call 251-981-8111 or 251-752-1110.
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