« Jen's Den

Pop Evil, Slaughter, Night Ranger & Great White In Rothbury, MI

by Jennifer Taylor

I am super excited to go to this! Just announced Pop Evil on Friday, June 14th and Great White on  Saturday, June 15th. Already announced MMA Cage Fights on Thursday, June 13th, Slaughter on Friday, June 14th and Night Ranger on Saturday, June 15th.

Ticket info at: http://www.SandyCorley.Com

For event tickets or info

Sandy’s Harley-Davidson – 231.924-3020

Star Tickets Plus

800.585.3737 www.StarTicketsPlus.com 

FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 2013

POP EVIL w.s.g. SLAUGHTER




SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 2013

  NIGHT RANGER w.s.g. GREAT WHITE


Reason For the Run

The Sandy Corley Story

Sandy Corley started the Fremont Michigan Chapter of the Harley Owners Group in 1986. He was the owner of Sandy’s Harley Davidson Sport Center and was a charter member and strong supporter of the small but dedicated group of riders in the area.

Sandy passed away on June 29, 1989 after suffering with cancer. That fall the first event was held in Sandy’s honor. The Sandy Corley Memorial Run was a tribute to Sandy by the members of the chapter and his family and friends. There was a ride , an auction and plenty of fellowship amongst the riders. The proceeds of the first event and the following 4 went to the American Cancer Society in Sandy’s name. The event has continued to grow for the last 23 years. Each year the members of the Fremont Harley Owners Group come up with new ideas to raise more funds for cancer treatment.

All the funds now raised by the group go to the Johnson Family Center for Cancer Care.. Over the last 24 years over $1.5 Million has been donated in the remembrance of Sandy Corley to aid in the treatment of cancer victims.

As time goes by the Fremont Harley Owners Group is faced with many changes as is the Annual Sandy Corley Memorial Run. However one thing will never change , The Sandy Corley Memorial Run is a tribute to Sandy Corley in thanks for what he brought into our lives.

Thank You Sandy, this run is for you, may you never be forgotten.