A long parade of motorcyclists came from far and near to visit West Tennessee hospitals in support of the health care workers on Tuesday.
Amanda Thompson, a motorcyclist and the organizer of the event, called a few friends and created a network of people from all over Tennessee and Mississippi to donate food, money and to ride to Jackson-Madison General Hospital and Henderson County Community Hospital to show their support and rev their engines in front of the hospitals.
“We’re putting on a ride to show all front line workers, nurses, doctors, EMTs, all of our love and support because we know it’s been hard these past few weeks.” Thompson said. “We are feeding the doctors and nurses.”
More than 200 bikers met up at Bumpus Harley-Davidson of Jackson. Thompson greeted everyone and handed out red tickets to play a raffle game after the show ride to the hospitals.
Motorcyclist groups such as One Wheel Motion and Next Level from Ripley, Live and Legends from Dyersburg, and a group of others rode united to the hospital, with Thompson as the lead, and stopped in front of the hospitals and revved their engines while waving to the nurses, doctors, patients and visitors in the parking lot.
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