Harley-Davidson helps raise money at “Concert for a Cure”

ASHLAND, Va. (WRIC) —  Richmond Harley-Davidson hosted “Concert for a Cure” Saturday in Ashland.

The event was to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

Live bands, Cobalt Whiskey and Ragged Edge Band, provided entertainment.  There was also food, games, and prizes for attendees to enjoy.

Jimmy Gammon, event organizer, started organizing fundraisers for MDA after his two sons were diagnosed a few years ago.

The “Concert for a Cure” event raised $3,240 for the association.

Our own Amanda Malkowski and Evanne Armour were at the event.

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