Peak of the Market’s “Peak Peddlers” Participate in the Rona MS Bike Tour; Raise $25,000 to Help Find a Cure

Aug 29, 2011 | Corporate Member News

The Peak Peddlers (l to r), Shawn Whitmore, Keith Kuhl, Audrey Farrar, Geoffrey Wilson, Carmen Hemmersbach, Ron Hemmersbach and Dave Whitmore

Peak of the Market’s “Peak Peddlers” participated in the Rona MS Bike Tour from Stonewall to Gimli and back on August 27 and 28.  The Peak Peddlers seven-member team rode a total of 172 kilometers and raised $25,000 to help find a cure for MS. 

Larry McIntosh, President and CEO of Peak of the Market

“All of us at Peak of the Market are very proud of the Peak Peddlers, stated Larry McIntosh, President & CEO. I’m personally very impressed that the team rode 172 kilometers and raised $25,000 in the fight against MS.” 

The RONA MS Bike Tour is a pledge-based fundraising event that provides Canadians with the opportunity to ride through scenic and often spectacular parts of the country. Over 10 000 cyclists are expected to participate in the 22 one and two day tours taking place across Canada between June and September

The Bike Tour began in 1989 and is now one of the MS Society of Canada’s most important events. In 2010, it raised over $1.7 million, the proceeds of which have gone to fund research in the search for a cure and vital services for people currently living with MS.

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About Peak of the Market: 

Peak of the Market is a grower-owned “not for profit” vegetable supplier and operates in Manitoba under the Farm Products Marketing Act. Peak of the Market has grown quality produce in Manitoba for 69 years and supplies over 120 different varieties of Manitoba grown vegetables. We are year round suppliers of various vegetables as Manitoba growers have one of the most technologically advanced storage programs anywhere in North America. Many vegetables can be stored for long periods in controlled environment storage facilities. In these storage facilities, the temperature, humidity and air movement are carefully monitored to ensure the vegetables are maintained in optimum condition to provide excellent quality and value to consumers. Some of the vegetables that can be stored for long periods are Potatoes, Carrots, Onions, Parsnips, Beets, Cabbage and Shallots. 

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