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Skullcandy Founder and VP of Finance ride for charity

Million Dollar Challenge
Million Dollar Challenge riders as they pass through San Clemente. All photos courtesy of Skullcandy.
By Press Releases
October 23, 2011 3:42 PM

 

Last week, Skullcandy Founder Rick Alden and VP of Finance Ron Ross participated in the Million Dollar Challenge, a seven day, 620-mile bike ride from San Francisco to San Diego, to benefit the Challenged Athletes Foundation.

 

Skullcandy donated headphones, sweatbands, and water bottles to all riders, and also set up a tent and DJ in the Skullcandy San Clemente parking lot to cheer on all participants as they passed through.   

 

Check out the slideshow above for some pictures from the San Clemente cheering station.

 

For more information on the Challenged Athletes Foundation, please visit www.challengedathletes.org.

 

For more on Skullcandy, please visit www.skullcandy.com.

 

 


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