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2018 Spin-a-thon date set; new directors announced

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The 2018 Spin-a-thon has been scheduled for April 27. The annual fundraiser for the Marine Industry Cares Foundation is a high-energy afternoon of spin bike riders, instructors, music and community.

CycleBar Fort Lauderdale will return as presenting sponsor, once again at D.C. Alexander Park on Fort Lauderdale beach. Registration is expected to open early in the new year. For photos from last year, visit www.the-triton.com and search for “spinathon”.

Money raised from the event support MICF initiatives such as marine-immersion summer camps for middle and high school students, as well as children and family charities in the community.

In related news, MICF has added two people to its board of directors: Vicki Abernathy of Aere Marine Group and John Nigro of Show Management.

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