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Remember Rally Motorcycle Run Stops in Billings

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BILLINGS, Mont. -

Two dedicated men started a 15 day motorcycle run in support of Remember Rally and have stopped in Billings to honor our military and first responders.

Remember Rally is a non-profit organization that strives to build a specialized health facility and retreat for those returning from war. Over the last 10 years, Remember Rally has held motorcycle events to raise awareness for the organization and to thank our soldiers and first responders.

"Those guys coming back from Afghanistan and Iraq, they need it, they need the help. And I'm willing to do that, I'm going to continue to do it until we get this facility built and hopefully make more facilities around the country," says Woody West, who rode on the motorcycle ride with Terry Werdewitz.

West and Werdewitz stopped in Billings on day three of their 15 day run. To see their route or to find out more information about Remember Rally and how you can help, click on Connections.

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