The Ride for Change is coming to Lawton, Fort Sill this Wednesday, September 16th 2020 (09-16-20) to Diamondback Harley Davidson 301 S.E. Interstate Drive. Join Z94 live from 12:00pm to 2:00pm as we welcome Frank Pain to Lawton and help raise funds and awareness for the Ride for Change minority scholarship program. These scholarships will directly benefit students right here in our own community.

Frank Pain is my twin brother from a different mother and fellow broadcasting blood brother from Abilene, TX. He's on air at KEYJ 107.9-FM "Rock 108" another proud member of the Townsquare Media family. He called awhile back with one of his usual great ideas, the Ride for Change. He'll be riding his Harley through Texas and Oklahoma to encourage donations to a special minority scholarship program. Click here to DONATE. Each town he visits will be setting up a scholarship program with the funds raised to help local and area students in their own cities. That includes Lawton, Fort Sill!

His ride will kick off in his hometown of Abilene and he'll be making stops in Lubbock, Amarillo, Lawton, Wichita Falls, Texarkana, Tyler, Temple/Killeen, Victoria, San Angelo, and Midland/Odessa. The map below shows the route and you're welcome to ride along if you'd like. Click here for all the details.

Ride for Change

It'll be great having Frank in town for awhile and get caught up. Stop by and hang out with us it'll definitely be a good time and for a great cause. A BIG THANKS to Diamondback Harley Davidson for helping out with all this and inviting us out to invade on them. While you're there you can check out all the bikes, accessories and apparel. They've got a HUGE selection of new and preowned bikes in inventory and TONS of everything thing else. Diamondback is all things Harley! Plus you gotta check out the new showroom and all the construction they've done over the past several months. It's an incredible dealership and it's right here in Lawton.

So take a break this Wednesday, September 16th (09-016-20) from 12:00pm to 2:00pm and stop by Diamondback Harley Davidson and be a part of the "Ride for Change."  DONATE NOW!

Ride for Change