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10th annual NMS Poker Ride rides out

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More than 100 motorcyclists and car enthusiasts joined National Marine Suppliers today for its 10th annual Poker Run. The ride has so far raised more than $250,000 for breast cancer research and awareness. This year’s ride was dedicated to Randy Rutkosky, who died a few weeks ago. NMS owner Dean Dutoit said Rutkosky was the reason he rode motorcycles. Photos/Lucy Reed

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Lucy Chabot Reed is publisher and founding editor of The Triton.

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