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We are so proud and so excited to be a part of Jim Rienstra’s Pedaling For Pennies fundraising and awareness for The Randy Shaver Cancer Fund. Jim has been riding his bike all over the world raising awareness for pancreatic cancer in honor of his father. We have been supporting Jim with our Penny Links and have sold and donated over 1000 Links to date. We plan to keep on going as long as Jim plans to do what he’s doing, which is just amazing. We cannot urge you enough to look into what Jim has been doing for all of us, with just his Bike and a huuuugggggeeeeee heart!. Link Up today with a Penny Link and become part of the chain of connection. CHECK OUTwww.pedalingforpennies.org PedalingGiantCheck

 
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