Midnight Ridazz : All City Toy Ride

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The Midnight Ridazz 5th Annual All City Toy Ride
will be December Friday December 10th, 2010
The All City Toy Ride is an annual convergence of several bike rides throughout LA county, to donate toys to needy kids in LA.
All rides converge in DTLA, then ride to a secret after-party for everybody who donates a toy.
Ridazz of all levels are welcome.
Everybody is invited to join one of the 10 rides (and counting) that will be converging on Olvera St. in downtown Los Angeles.
Everybody is asked to bring an unwrapped toy worth $5-$25 to benefit the children served by The Alliance for Children’s Rights
Contact info is: allcitytoyride@gmail.com
Media Contact: Patrick Miller


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