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Big Dog Poker Run charity ride May 27th

May 12, 2016

RGT_0342It’s that time of the year again. Time to dust off the bikes and get ready for the 5th Annual Big Dog Poker Run which will be held Friday, May 27th starting at 7:00 AM from Rental Works in downtown Birmingham.

Rental Works
910 28th Street N.
Birmingham, AL 35203

In total, the ride will cover roughly 100 miles, with a stop at Talladega Superspeedway for laps around one of Alabama’s most coveted tracks. Registration is easy, and can be handled day of, or in advance by visiting the Crane Works website.

“This ride is important to those of us in the construction industry. All proceeds go to high school students in the form of scholarships. As our workforce continues to age, there will be more and more opportunities for young people who are willing to work hard and make a name for themselves.”
-Scott Tyree, Garrison Steel Group.

The cost to ride is $50 per bike, and $25 for each additional rider. All proceeds go to benefit the student scholarship fund for Go Build Alabama’s Future Skilled Workers of America student of the month award — Go Build Alabama awards one student with a scholarship every month during the school year, and could not do this without the funds raised through the Big Dog Poker Run.

2016 Poker Run Registration Form

“We look forward to a great ride this year, with amazing weather. There’s no better way to start your Memorial Day weekend.” ” -Tom Yeilding, CraneWorks.

The Big Dog Poker Run is made possible thanks to the generous support of CraneWorks and Garrison Steel Group. Without the help of our industry partners, Go Build Alabama would be unable to connect with students and educators throughout the state to .

Help us set a record attendance this year and secure your chance to ride on some of Alabama’s most coveted courses by signing up today for the BIG DOG POKER RUN!


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