Im back! This time I've brought a friend!
Written in the third person from here on in, why not. Chris is a PR guy after all
Australian heavy music PR Chris Maric had such an awesome experience during 2016 Heavy Metal Truants, he is returning to the UK to take part once again. Along for the ride with him will be Carl Neumann, Owner/Editor of Australia’s premiere heavy music publication, Heavy Mag.
Together they are Wyld Stallyns, err no - Australian Truants.
Chris and Carl are joining Heavy Metal Truants V (Revenge Of The Fifth,) a rag tag group of metal music industry people, to raise money for some fantastic Children's Charities. They’ll do this by riding bicycles for 275km though the English countryside over three days, from London to the Download Festival.
The guys are honoured to be the Australian contingent of the Fifth Annual Truants Ride! If it’s anything like last year, the first beer at Download is going to taste sooo good!
Each rider has pledged to raise a minimum £1300, so Chris and Carl have a £2600 target. Approx $4400AUD
Every person, band or company who donates to their page will be featured on a special Supporters page on HeavyMag.com.au - a big plug for helping out!
If you're able to support, in any way, please do. I'll love you for it!
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Chris & Carl
Maric Media - maricmedia.com.au
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Nordoff Robbins is the largest independent music therapy charity in the UK, dedicated to changing the lives of vulnerable and isolated people. It supports thousands of people in its own centres and by working in partnership with a wide range of organisations including care homes, schools and hospitals. When delivered by a trained practitioner, music therapy can help a child with autism to communicate, reduce anxiety for those living with dementia or provide comfort and celebrate the life of someone facing terminal illness.