Can you believe that the Cycle 4 CMT is only 26 days away?
We’ve been working non-stop at making this year’s fundraiser the biggest and baddest VT has ever seen. Both cyclists and non-cyclists are getting geared up for a day of scenic views, live music, delicious food, unique silent auction items and genuine camaraderie.
OMG – Chris has given me about 100 things to do before I get on a plane to Vermont. I’d like to share the love and give a couple of these action items to you. You game?
5 Ways to Make Chris Smile (and get him off my back):
1) Please register already. Registration before the event is a requirement. Why? We need to know how many mouths to feed, how many goodie bags to prepare, how many people to expect. Registration is a piece of cake. Go to our webpage: www.cycle4cmt.com and click on the big orange rectangle:
Then on the right hand side of the page, you’ll see this box:
Click REGISTER and follow directions.
2) Convince 3 friends to join you. Dialogue: “Hey dude, clear your calendar for Sunday, August 28. We are going to this incredibly fun event at the Old Lantern. You can’t miss it!” Don’t forget to ask them to REGISTER at www.cycle4cmt.com.
3) Spread the word to your friends. For bikers, there are 4 scenic courses, from 6.5 to 40 miles to choose from. Ride in the morning, relax in the afternoon. Not a cyclist? Not a problem! Just bring an appetite, your dancing shoes and your generous spirit.
4) Contributions. Help us reach our goal of $150,000. Can we get there? Yes, we can, but only with your support. Every donation to the VT Cycle 4 CMT will be matched dollar-for-dollar from now until August 28, 2016. So make a donation and ask your family and friends to make a donation by sponsoring your ride or the event. It’s all for a great cause: to raise money for CMT research. We need a pill to stop the progression of this disease and we need it yesterday!
5) Message Chris. Call, text or email Chris to remind him that he has the most wonderful sister in the world. Thanks. I’ll be forever grateful.
Words to ponder: “Anyone who thinks that they are too small to make a difference has never tried to fall asleep with a mosquito in the room.” Christine Todd Whitman