This past Saturday, members of Hardison & Cochran took part in the 2011 National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Charity Poker Run. The run benefited Habitat for Humanity, the Masonic Home for Children in Oxford, NC, InterAct and construction related scholarships. Besides a little bit of early morning wind, the weather was perfect for one of the first rides of the season. The ride met up at Ray Price Harley-Davidson of Raleigh and took off with stops in Zebulon, Smithfield with the final destination in at Locked & Loaded Grill in Garner. Thanks to everyone who came out and participated and a special thanks to Elizabeth Pulis for putting all of this together. You can stop by the Hardison & Cochran Facebook Page to check out all the pictures we snapped. Ray Price Harley-Davidson’s Facebook has some great shots of the day’s action as well.
Hardison & Cochran tent at the NAWIC Charity Poker Run.
Hardison & Cochran’s Kim Oyler checks her helmet before heading off in the NAWIC Poker Run. (Photo by Ray Price Harley Davidson)
Hardison & Cochran Case Manager, Tami Lackey and husband Ronald take off in the first leg of the NAWIC Charity Poker Run. (Photo by Ray Price Harley Davidson)
Hardison & Cochran Investigator, Justin Fagge waits to pull into the group for the NAWIC Charity Poker Run. (Photo by Ray Price Harley Davidson)
For more pictures of the event from Hardison & Cochran, please click here.