Xerox Corporation has notified The Patriots Pack that they will sponsor the upcoming Ride for Jillian May 17 – 27! The Ride for Jillian is a fundraiser to raise funds for one of the imaging industry’s most popular and widely supported charities, started by Ricoh’s George Gorman in honor of his daughter Jillian, who lost her battle with cancer at 17.
The Patriots Pack is a group of industry executives who formed a charitable riding club in 2015 to raise money for charities. For the third straight year, The Pack will be riding for The Jillian Fund.
While Xerox has donated to The Ride in the past, this marks the first time that Xerox has stepped up to a Sponsor level! “We greatly appreciate Xerox’s sponsorship of this great charity. It shows Xerox’s commitment to the print and imaging industry and their incredible level of social awareness and willingness to get behind a good cause,” says rider Andy Slawetsky.
On May 17, The Pack will mount their Harley Davidsons (and one BMW) at MWA headquarters in Scottsdale AZ and head across the southern US visiting dealers and picking up donations along the way, arriving in Washington DC Memorial Day weekend to ride in Rolling Thunder, the world’s biggest motorcycle rally held in honor of MIA, Veterans and Active Military.
The Patriots Pack is trying to raise $100,000 for the Jillian Fund. Please click the link below to learn more about The Ride for Jillian!