RTW Day Public Service Announcements

Press Release: for immediate publication
Date: 4/4/03
Subject: Ride to Work Day Public Service Announcements

Ride to Work Day provides an opportunity to raise public awareness about
motorcycling by submitting Public Service Announcements (PSAs) to local
radio and TV stations and newspaper offices. Please add your local contact
information to the Ride to Work PSA shown below and submit it to the
broadcasters and Newspapers in your area. The more riders who submit this
PSA, the better the chances are that it will be aired.

Sending this PSA to the media is a great way to help improve the public view
of motorcycling. All radio, TV and print news organizations must find new things
to cover every day and most will welcome positive �news� items like this. For
more information, visit <www.ridetowork.org>. The PSA can be sent on letterhead
or blank stationary; and via fax or email (downloadable samples of this PSA are
available at <www.ridetowork.org>. Release between June 1st - July 10th):


Air from July 1st through July 16th
Contact: ________________ (daytime), _________________ (night),
_____________ (fax), < ______@___> (email) contact information is not
for broadcast.

12th ANNUAL Nationwide Ride to Work Day
The 12th Annual Nationwide Ride to Work Day will take place on Wednesday,
July 16th, 2003. Thousands of motorcy-clists across the nation are expected
to commute to work on their motorcycles to demonstrate to the public that:

-Motorcycles are a useful form of transportation and not just recreational vehicles.
-Motorcycles get great gas mileage and help conserve resources.
-Motorcyclists ease traffic congestion.
-Motorcyclists save parking spaces by putting multiple bikes in one parking spot.
-Motorcycles wear the roads down less than heavier vehicles.
-Motorcyclists come from all walks of life, work in all occupations, and are all ages.

The American Motorcyclist Association and many local and national rider
organizations encourage all motorcyclists to ride their cycles to work on
Wednesday, July 16, 2003, to help promote a positive image of motorcycling.
For more informa-tion about Ride to Work visit <www.ridetowork.org> or
call 218 722 9806.


For more information contact:
Andy Goldfine <agoldfine_rtw@ridetowork.org>
Ride To Work
Phone: 218 722 9806
Fax: 218 720 3610
Website: www.ridetowork.org
Postal: Box 1072 Proctor, MN 55810-1072