Greer, South Carolina (April 20, 2017) – Greenville Health System and Miracle Hill Ministries have teamed up to host the Super Hero Cycle™ on June 3, 2017, a new fundraising event to benefit the more than 3,000 homeless children and adults served by Miracle Hill each year across the Upstate.
“We are so pleased that GHS has partnered with us for the Super Hero Cycle. With GHS’commitment to ‘heal compassionately’, we couldn’t think of a better fit to complement Miracle Hill’s mission of providing shelter, food and care with compassion to some of the most vulnerable people in our community,” said Dr. Bryce Norton, Miracle Hill President/CEO.
The event will feature cycling distances of 17, 42, 59 and 81 miles, with the longest distance covering beautiful and challenging terrain in both South and North Carolina. All rides will begin and end at GHS’ Greer Medical Campus located at 830 S. Buncombe Rd. Families of cyclists are encouraged to dress in their favorite super hero costumes and join their cyclists for the Super Hero Sendoff and then return for the post-ride celebration.
“Miracle Hill helps meet a critical need in our community. We are pleased to be a part of their Super Hero Cycle event and look forward to welcoming cyclists to our campus on June 3,” said John Mansure, chief operating officer for GHS’ Eastern Region, which includes the Greer Medical Campus.
Registration is open through the day of the event: Super Hero Cycle Information & Registration
Volunteers are also needed: Super Hero Cycle Volunteer Opportunities
Lynsie Crespo, Event Coordinator, Miracle Hill Ministries, 864-631-0137, email@example.com