Waterford Receptions Fuels Bike MS Cyclists with Delicious Dinner

This past weekend, Waterford Receptions supported one of the largest organized charity bicycling event series in the United States, Bike MS.

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As a sponsor of the Bike MS event, Waterford Receptions donated dinner on Saturday, June 8 for the National Harbor event participants. Waterford Receptions Chef, Michael Rogers, and his culinary team prepared a tremendous, carb-loaded menu, including penne pasta , south west chicken bake with rice, and chicken cordon bleu with noodles – along with a fresh garden salad.Bike MS_image 2

 

Hosted by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the Bike MS event began as one bike race in Minnesota in 1981. Since then, it has grown into a two-day event that includes a series of 100 extraordinary cycling events across the county. More than 110,000 cyclists participate and since its inception, Bike MS cyclists have raised more than $1 billion for research, programs and services for people living with MS.Bike MS_image 1

The Washington, DC Bike MS event took place at National Harbor, June 8-9. The event, named Ride the Riverside, took bikers along the Potomac River and through scenic state parks and historic sites, highlighting the beauty of the DC metro area.

This is a cause Waterford Receptions CEO and President, Keith Clark, takes to heart as he also serves on the board of the Capital Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

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