AEROSMITH Frontman Teams With RED SOX Slugger To Support Veterans

According to, AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler has joined forces with Red Sox slugger David Ortiz to support the "Ride For Our Heroes" on September 24. Funds raised through the motorcycle ride will provide clinical care and other services to the many veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan affected by combat stress and/or traumatic brain injuries and counseling support for their families.

The "Ride For Our Heroes" is a true motorcycle enthusiast event honoring our nation's service members, veterans and their families while raising needed funds for the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program.

The Ride features starting points from locations throughout New England and will kick off with an opening ceremony and acknowledgement of local military heroes. The Ride concludes with a Rider Appreciation Party at Manchester Harley-Davidson in Manchester, New Hampshire.

(Thanks: NJthrasher)


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