Bartell Drugs seeks participant for bike rider in cancer-research benefit

BY Alaric DeArment

SEATTLE — Regional drug store chain Bartell Drugs is looking for a volunteer to represent it in a bike ride to raise money for a local cancer research center.

Bartell said that through June 22, it would accept entries in a contest for a rider to represent it in Obliteride, which has the goal of enlisting 2,500 bike riders and 1,000 volunteers to raise $2.5 million for the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle.

The contest winner will receive a bike, helmet and jersey, courtesy of Redmond, Wash.-based Element Cycles. Contestants can submit a video, make a Pinterest board or Vine video or write to Bartell through its website about why they should be chosen as the "Bartell Obliteride Biker."

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