15 GE cyclists ride bikes to raise money for Schneider kids

15 General Electric cycl

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September 18, 2009 10:01

 
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A group of 15 cyclists from the ultrasound division of Israel's General Electric Healthcare took part in a pre-Rosh Hashana charity bike ride from Tel Aviv Port to Schneider Children's Medical Center in Petah Tikva on Thursday. In total, 150 cyclists from various companies participated in the ride to raise money for Schneider children and to promote a healthy and sporty lifestyle. The GE ultrasound division, located in Haifa, was one of the event's sponsors.

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