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Annual Share the Road fundraiser raises money for awareness

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Saturday was Share the Road's third annual racquetball tournament fundraiser.

Share the road is on a mission to improve the safety of motorists, motorcyclists, bicyclists, runners and pedestrians by promoting awareness and education. Through this fundraiser and silent auction, Share the Road hopes to raise more money to place more "Share the Road" signs around Amarillo and continue promoting their mission.

Share the road is a non profit organization that was started back in 20-10 after the death of Cindy Whitney, a local bicyclist.

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