On Sunday, Jan. 25, Crime Stoppers of Palm Beach County will host its fifth annual Cruizin’ for Crime Stoppers Motorcycle Ride. The event is designed to bring awareness to the organization and raise money for the rewards program. All money raised during the fundraising event will go directly to replenish Crime Stoppers’ operational fund, which helps to solve local crimes.
Crime Stoppers is expecting more than 600 motorcycle riders to attend this year’s event. The ride is being fully escorted by the Palm Beach County Sherriff’s Office Motors Unit and will take riders on a 50-mile journey throughout Palm Beach County.
The Cruizin’ for Crime Stoppers Motorcycle Ride will have influential community leaders in attendance, such as former Congressman Allen West, chiefs of police, judges and local law enforcement officers. Gates open at 9:30 a.m. at the Village Shoppes in Royal Palm Beach, located on the northwest corner of Southern Blvd. and State Road 7. Kickstands go up at approximately 10:30 a.m. The event and ride will conclude at Abacoa in Jupiter.
Thanks to the event’s generous sponsors, attendee registration includes many additions to the ride, such as breakfast and beverages. Lunch will also be provided by Cheney Brothers and J.J. Muggs Stadium Grill, while listening to music from the Southside Blues Band. The event is open to everyone in the community.
Crime Stoppers of Palm Beach County is a civilian volunteer nonprofit organization created through the efforts of the Chiefs of Police Association and Crime Prevention Officers Association and led by a board of directors is made up of concerned citizens who actively help guide the program.
To purchase tickets to the Cruizin’ for Crime Stoppers Motorcycle Ride, visit www.crimestopperspbc.com or call event coordinator Alicia DeLuca at (561) 558-7258.