Superstition Harley-Davidson drive donates nearly 400 teddy bears to Apache Junction police

On July 23 Superstition Harley-Davidson and friends delivered almost 400 new teddy bears to the Apache Junction Police Department, 1001 N. Idaho Road. (Submitted photo)

Superstition Harley-Davidson teamed up with the American Legion and the Sons of American Legion and held a teddy bear drive in July to benefit the Apache Junction Police Department.

(Submitted photo)

“Apache Junction Police Department offers these bears to kids that they come in contact with in need of a little comfort,” Brina Brown of Superstition Harley-Davidson, 2910 W. Apache Trail in Apache Junction, said in a release.

On July 23 Superstition Harley-Davidson and friends delivered nearly 400 new teddy bears to the department, she said.

A raffle ticket was given to all who came in with a donation. The two winners were Mary Morelos and George Pederson. (Submitted photo)

The business offered a raffle ticket to all who came in with a donation. The raffle drawing was completed on Saturday, July 21, and the two winners were Mary Morelos and George Pederson.

“Mary took home $100 cash and George took home a 55-inch teddy bear dressed with, of course, a Superstition Harley-Davidson custom T-shirt. Thank you to all who participated,” Ms. Brown said.

For more information on Superstition Harley-Davidson, go to superstitionhd.com.

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