Saturday ‘Support the Force’ Ride Begins at American Police Hall of Fame
The October 12 "SUPPORT THE FORCE" ride, co-hosted by The American Police Hall of Fame and Miracle City Harley Davidson, will kick-off at 9 a.m. at the Hall of Fame facility in Titusville. Riders and other visitors will be treated to tours, information tables, self-defense demonstrations, and the chance to hear from local law enforcement supporters including Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey, Titusville Chief John Lau and WMMB Radio Host Royce Bartlett. Also on hand will be Tony Tiffin, author of the riveting, just-released true law enforcement crime story "Arc Road." Tiffin is making the trip from Georgia to support law enforcement and the American Police Hall of Fame. A percentage of his book sales will be donated to the National Association of Chiefs of Police (which operates the facility.)
Following “kickstands up” at 10:30, motorcyclists will take a leisurely ride, led by Titusville PD, before reassembling at Miracle City Harley Davidson for food, music and drinks! Even if you don't own a ‘cycle, come on out to support law enforcement, find out about new programs and opportunities at the Hall of Fame, and buy a copy of the compelling, heart-wrenching Arc Road.
For more information, contact Tara Dixon Engel, VP of Training and Strategic Development at 321-264-0911 Ext. 133 or Tarae@aphf.org.