- Mar. 21, 2012 -
On February 24th, Smart Choice Title Loans co-sponsored a motorcycle/hot rod ride to benefit the Kenzlie Gallion Foundation. Smart Choice Title Loans’ CEO, Michael Agostinelli, participated in the benefit ride which began at Speedway Guns located in Easley, SC through Clemson and ended at Harley Davidson of Greenville. Riders donated money to ride as well as participated in an auction and drawings in which items were given away from donors including Charlotte Bobcats (NBA), Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL), Lucas Glover (2009 Men’s US Open Golf Champion), Tommy “Two Gloves” Gainey (PGA), Kyle Thompson (PGA) and local businesses Speedway Guns, BestBuy, Chophouse 47, Hampton Inn-Greenville, and Scotty Cannon’s Fishing Camp. Mr. Agostinelli had the privilege of meeting original lead guitar player from Jackyl (James “Jimmy” Stiff). Jimmy and his wife Renee (vocals) founded Apprehended One’s, a Christian Rock Group including Patrick Johnson (drums) and Christian Muncy (bass). They entertained the bikers after the ride, donating their talent for the cause.
Smart Choice Title Loans has been raising money to help the Kenzlie Gallion Foundation fight Mitochondrial Disease. Kenzlie is a beautiful 6 year old girl fighting this terrible disease. To date, over $11,000 has been raised.
Smart Choice Title Loans’ CEO (Michael Agostinelli)
rode a bike loaned to him by Harley Davidson of Greenville and joined other riders from as far away as Atlanta, GA. Mr. Agostinelli stated “We all go through life helping people or causes, but it isn’t often when you can say you were given the opportunity to help save a child’s life. There is absolutely no better reward then knowing you did what you could.”
Donations can be made to the Kenzlie Gallion Foundation by going to http://www.SMARTCHOICETITLELOANS.com
and clicking on the Donate button.
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