7 First Source employees and 2 family members are getting serious about their commitment to ride over 90 miles on May 21st as a part of The Ride For Missing Children. This is what First Source employee Tanya Keller had to say about her commitment:
What does this bike Ride mean to you?
At first, for me, it was a way to challenge myself physically and also, a way that I could show my support, as an employee, to a cause that First Source supports. However, as I began attending the events and meeting the wonderful people involved in this amazing cause, I see what a difference ‘The Ride’ truly makes in the lives of so many families all across our country. I feel incredibly honored to have been given the opportunity to be a part of it all!
As a first time rider, what words describe how you are feeling about the big day?
I am a little nervous, but I think the excitement and enthusiasm I feel about it will definitely get me through.
How are the training rides going?
Was this question geared at just me? Ha! Well, my fellow riders all know about some challenges I’ve faced with some chain/shifting problems and Merritt Place on my first training ride, but overall, I have become much more comfortable & confident in my ability to ride with large groups of people. The training ride last weekend was so much fun and the weather was so cooperative, I can’t wait to get out there again this weekend. My fellow riders, especially on Team First Source, have been so encouraging and supportive, I don’t think I could do it without them!
First Source is the luminary sponsor this year!
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