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Brandon Marshall Mental Health Awareness Ride

May 30, 2015

Where: Kick Stands Up from Linden Oaks at Edward Outpatient Center
1335 North Mill Street
Naperville, IL 60563
When: Saturday, May 30
Benefiting the Brandon Marshall Foundation
Starved Rock Harley-Davidson and the Brandon Marshall Foundation are teaming up to raise awareness and donations for Mental Health Awareness.

TIMELINE:

8:00am: Registration begins at Linden Oaks at Edward Outpatient Center at 1335 North Mill Street, Naperville, IL 60563, about 60 miles from Starved Rock Harley-Davidson.

9:00am: Kick stands up! Brandon and Michi Marshall will be joining us on the ride!

Ride Conclusion: The fun continues once we are back at Starved Rock Harley-Davidson - 750 Centennial Drive in Ottawa, IL 61350!
+ Entertainment!
+ Cookout!
+ Raffles!
+ Prizes!


Brandon Marshall in his
Chicago Bears uniform.



Rider Registration - $20. Includes registration, lunch, and commemorative pin. Pre-registration is closed. Registration will be available on-site the day of the event.

Passenger Registration - $10. Includes registration and lunch. Pre-registration is closed. Registration will be available on-site the day of the event.


Adult Event Ticket (non-rider) - $10. Includes event admission and lunch. Pre-purchasing is closed. You will be able to purchase a non-rider Adult Event Ticket on site the day of the event.

For pins, poker chips, and t-shirts, visit our Brandon Marshall Mental Health Awareness Ride Catalog!





The Brandon Marshall Foundation Mission Statement:

OUR MISSION is to end the stigma attached to mental illness, ADVOCATE for unprecedented awareness, CONNECT those suffering to resources, and paint the world LIME GREEN.

Brandon Marshall and
his wife, Michi.


For additional information or if you would like to make a donation to the Brandon Marshall Foundation, please click here.

OUR WONDERFUL SPONSOR:

Linden Oaks at Edward specializes in the treatment of addictions, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, self-injury, bi-polar and geriatric behavioral health. Comprehensive services for adults and adolescents are located in Naperville, Plainfield, St. Charles and Elmhurst, offering free and confidential assessments at each of these sites, for more information visit http://www.lindenoaks.org.

Thank you:
Naperville Police Department
Aurora Police Department
Oswego Police Department
Ottawa Police Department
Kendall County Sheriff's Office
Starved Rock Harley-Davidson HOG Chapter