One person can make a difference, and one person with friends can change the world.
Now, what kind of a lady hops on a Harley and leaves her home, job, family, friends and cats to go ride across the country on a motorcycle telling women not to be afraid? Well, this type of a woman. One who is willing to fight past her fears, take control and follow a dream that she has had since she was a child. One who thinks this is worth talking about to as many women as she can reach.
Robin is a specialty coffee and tea industry professional who left her most recent job to devote herself fulltime to helping others. She has been in the publishing side of the industry since 1994 as a graphic designer, art director, director of operations and an associate publisher. For the last three years she covered the sales territory for the Western half of the U.S. for Tea & Coffee Trade Journal, "the international voice of the tea and coffee industries since 1901".
Last summer, Robin rode 20,226 miles to help sponsor New Orleans area Habitat for humanity women build . Robin is dedicating this ride to all of the women who have already – have not yet – and who will soon - take control of their lives so that they can follow their dreams. Robin rode solo approximately 20,226 miles around the continental United States and parts of Canada on her bright red Harley Davidson. Robin left from Harley-Davidson of Seattle in Lynnwood, WA on June 10th, 2006. The ride lasted approximately three months.
Robin plans for an auction with wonderful items from companies all across the country.The auction will take place on November 16th, 2006
"I would like to give back. Because everyone deserves health care and a home to live in, I would like to donate part of the proceeds of my ride to Grounds for Health and part to New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity's Women Build program .Both of these organizations are deserving and touch women and their families. We can make a difference - that says it all!”
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