National Marine Suppliers poker run 2018 rides for charity

Oct 21, 2018 by Dorie Cox

Participants in National Marine Suppliers’ 11th annual Poker Run on Oct. 20 raised $17,285 for this year’s designated charity, Task Force Dagger Foundation. The group supports U.S. special operations service members and their families.

More than 100 motorcyclists and car enthusiasts started in Fort Lauderdale and rode through the Florida Everglades for a full day of sightseeing and hospitality stops along the way. Photos by Dorie Cox

Click for photos on Facebook, overall ride photo gallery and riders and bikes in action.


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