"Texas Mamma Jamma Ride is proud to kick off 2017 with LUNAFEST, a traveling film festival of short films about women, by women filmmakers. Mamma Jamma riders love LUNA bars and we will have a big supply of them at the 9th Annual Texas Mamma Jamma Ride on Saturday, September 23 in Martindale, TX."
Read more at http://www.lunafest.org/austin0422.
Austin, TX – Cadence Sports has partnered with the Texas Mamma Jamma Ride to manage the planning and production for the annual ride. The Texas Mamma Jamma Ride raises funds to support local organizations to ensure that people in Austin and the surrounding communities have access to the care and support they need to fight breast cancer. Since 2009, the ride has raised more than $2.6 million to help save and improve the lives of those facing breast cancer.
“The Texas Mamma Jamma Ride and Cadence both began around the same time in Austin, Texas! We have followed the ride over the years and are thrilled to help continue to grow so that more lives can be changed through its mission,” Gary Metcalf, President of Cadence Sports.
“We are excited to take this big step in the growth of Mamma Jamma. We are confident that our association with Cadence Sports will help us become the premier charity ride in Central Texas and most importantly, provide greater support for breast cancer fighters and survivors in our community,” said Jenny Douglas, Board President, Texas Mamma Jamma Ride."
"Kayak Angler’s Tournament Series (KATS) organization made a contribution to the Texas Mamma Jamma Ride. The non-profit organization is dedicated to helping those facing breast cancer as well as their families. Held in historic Martindale, the ride benefits nine local organizations that help central Texans facing breast cancer."
“On behalf of the breast cancer fighters and survivors in Central Texas, Texas Mamma Jamma Ride is thrilled to receive this generous donation from KATS,” Texas Mamma Jamma Board President Jenny Douglas said. “These funds will help to ensure that those battling breast cancer in our community get the support and care they need to win the fight.”