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Spin-A-Thon with Marine Industry Cares Foundation

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Date/Time
Date(s) - Apr 27, 2018
03:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Location
D.C Alexander Park

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This year is the ninth time the marine industry in South Florida has held this event.

This high energy and fun-filled fundraising campaign brings 50 teams on 50 spin bikes riding (spinning) non-stop for four hours to raise money for the Marine Industry Cares Foundation’s educational initiatives and to benefit the Foundation’s charitable partners, including the Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center.

CycleBar Fort Lauderdale is back as presenting sponsor. And marine industry groups such as the Marine Industries Association of South Florida, U.S. Superyacht Association, and Young Professionals in Yachting also support the Spin-a-thon.

CycleBar is offering specials for spinning enthusiast and beginners alike, with exemptions from the expiration dates for our yacht crew supporters due to their schedules.

The Spin-a-thon is MICF’s main fundraiser, which supports annual summer camps for middle and high school students to expose them to jobs in the marine industry.

Registration will open in early 2018. In the meantime, for more Information, visit http://www.marineindustrycares.org.

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