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Rosedale BBQ is proud to be a Full Slab Route Sponsor for the Tour de BBQ. What is the Tour de BBQ? The Tour de BBQ, which will be held on September 27, 2014, is KC’s tastiest event on two wheels. It is a “tour” – not a race – where riders choose between routes of 15, 35, and 62 miles. What makes the event unique is that the rest stops for each route are some of Kansas City’s most famous barbeque restaurants where riders are provided a sample of that restaurant’s offering. After cyclists complete their route, they’re greeted with Boulevard Beer, more barbeque and a free concert. Funds raised by the Tour de BBQ support the Midwest Cancer Alliance’s Transitions Clinic – a program for young adult survivors of pediatric cancer. The Transitions Clinic is a partnership between the University of Kansas Cancer Center and Children’s Mercy Hospital. The Tour de BBQ will provide funds for a nurse navigator to assist adolescents as they transition from pediatric to adult oncology treatment. Since its inception in 2009, the Tour de BBQ has donated $280,000 to fight cancer. Please visit their website www.tourdebbq.com and consider helping this cause with a donation. Come cheer on these participants at Rosedale on September 27th.Rosedale BBQ is proud to be a Full Slab Route Sponsor for the Tour de BBQ. What is the Tour de BBQ? The Tour de BBQ, which will be held on September 27, 2014, is KC’s tastiest event on two wheels. It is a “tour” – not a race – where riders choose between routes of 15, 35, and 62 miles. What makes the event unique is that the rest stops for each route are some of Kansas City’s most famous barbeque restaurants where riders are provided a sample of that restaurant’s offering. After cyclists complete their route, they’re greeted with Boulevard Beer, more barbeque and a free concert. Funds raised by the Tour de BBQ support the Midwest Cancer Alliance’s Transitions Clinic – a program for young adult survivors of pediatric cancer. The Transitions Clinic is a partnership between the University of Kansas Cancer Center and Children’s Mercy Hospital. The Tour de BBQ will provide funds for a nurse navigator to assist adolescents as they transition from pediatric to adult oncology treatment. Since its inception in 2009, the Tour de BBQ has donated $280,000 to fight cancer. Please visit their website www.tourdebbq.com and consider helping this cause with a donation. Come cheer on these participants at Rosedale on September 27th.Rosedale BBQ is proud to be a Full Slab Route Sponsor for the Tour de BBQ. What is the Tour de BBQ? The Tour de BBQ, which will be held on September 27, 2014, is KC’s tastiest event on two wheels. It is a “tour” – not a race – where riders choose between routes of 15, 35, and 62 miles. What makes the event unique is that the rest stops for each route are some of Kansas City’s most famous barbeque restaurants where riders are provided a sample of that restaurant’s offering. After cyclists complete their route, they’re greeted with Boulevard Beer, more barbeque and a free concert. Funds raised by the Tour de BBQ support the Midwest Cancer Alliance’s Transitions Clinic – a program for young adult survivors of pediatric cancer. The Transitions Clinic is a partnership between the University of Kansas Cancer Center and Children’s Mercy Hospital. The Tour de BBQ will provide funds for a nurse navigator to assist adolescents as they transition from pediatric to adult oncology treatment. Since its inception in 2009, the Tour de BBQ has donated $280,000 to fight cancer. Please visit their website www.tourdebbq.com and consider helping this cause with a donation. Come cheer on these participants at Rosedale on September 27th.Rosedale BBQ is proud to be a Full Slab Route Sponsor for the Tour de BBQ. What is the Tour de BBQ? The Tour de BBQ, which will be held on September 27, 2014, is KC’s tastiest event on two wheels. It is a “tour” – not a race – where riders choose between routes of 15, 35, and 62 miles. What makes the event unique is that the rest stops for each route are some of Kansas City’s most famous barbeque restaurants where riders are provided a sample of that restaurant’s offering. After cyclists complete their route, they’re greeted with Boulevard Beer, more barbeque and a free concert. Funds raised by the Tour de BBQ support the Midwest Cancer Alliance’s Transitions Clinic – a program for young adult survivors of pediatric cancer. The Transitions Clinic is a partnership between the University of Kansas Cancer Center and Children’s Mercy Hospital. The Tour de BBQ will provide funds for a nurse navigator to assist adolescents as they transition from pediatric to adult oncology treatment. Since its inception in 2009, the Tour de BBQ has donated $280,000 to fight cancer. Please visit their website www.tourdebbq.com and consider helping this cause with a donation. Come cheer on these participants at Rosedale on September 27th.Rosedale BBQ is proud to be a Full Slab Route Sponsor for the Tour de BBQ. What is the Tour de BBQ? The Tour de BBQ, which will be held on September 27, 2014, is KC’s tastiest event on two wheels. It is a “tour” – not a race – where riders choose between routes of 15, 35, and 62 miles. What makes the event unique is that the rest stops for each route are some of Kansas City’s most famous barbeque restaurants where riders are provided a sample of that restaurant’s offering. After cyclists complete their route, they’re greeted with Boulevard Beer, more barbeque and a free concert. Funds raised by the Tour de BBQ support the Midwest Cancer Alliance’s Transitions Clinic – a program for young adult survivors of pediatric cancer. The Transitions Clinic is a partnership between the University of Kansas Cancer Center and Children’s Mercy Hospital. The Tour de BBQ will provide funds for a nurse navigator to assist adolescents as they transition from pediatric to adult oncology treatment. Since its inception in 2009, the Tour de BBQ has donated $280,000 to fight cancer. Please visit their website www.tourdebbq.com and consider helping this cause with a donation. Come cheer on these participants at Rosedale on September 27th.
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