Bikers ride to raise money for Brad Coleman Foundation
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JACKSON, Tenn. — Bikers rode across West Tennessee to support an organization that helps those battling cancer. The day ended at Bumpus Harley Davidson, where bikers heard from a previous cancer patient known as Trauma Tim. Food, a raffle, and live music was all a part of the event as well. All of the money raised goes to help the Brad Coleman Cancer Foundation. “If you’re fighting cancer, they help you through the battle they help finance all your rooms, food, medical expenses, stuff like that, so it’s a really good foundation to partner up with,” Brittany Crouse said with Bumpus Harley Davidson. Event organizers said the event brought in more than $5,000 for the foundation.