Hero MotoCorp announces Global Ride to honor healthcare workers
Hero MotoCorp Announces Global Ride to Honor Frontline Health Workers
Hero MotoCorp has announced an iconic global race called “Ride for Real Heroes” to honor frontline healthcare workers around the world. Riders participating in the “Ride for Real Heroes” will distribute COVID-19 safety kits to healthcare workers, including doctors and medical staff in 100 cities and towns around the world. The COVID-19 safety kit will include essential health and hygiene supplies such as N95 masks, personal protection kits, disinfectants, gloves and infrared thermometers. The “Ride for Real Heroes” is scheduled to start on October 2, 2021 and will take place in 100 cities in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Guatemala, Colombia, Bolivia, Nigeria, Uganda, Kenya, South Africa , in Turkey and UAE among others, where participants will travel 100 kilometers in each city.
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Commenting on the occasion, Naveen Chauhan, Head of Sales and Service, Hero MotoCorp said, âAs a responsible corporate citizen, Hero MotoCorp remains committed to contributing to the improvement and well-being of the company. To honor frontline healthcare workers around the world. , we’re excited to announce an iconic ride, “Ride for Real Heroes”. Runners participating in the ride will distribute Covid-19 safety kits in 100 cities, in line with our continued efforts to support the country’s medical infrastructure. For this noble cause, we are encouraging more participants from more cities to come forward and be part of our 100 km, 100 cities, 100 trips initiative. “
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The “Ride for Real Heroes” was held to mark Hero MotoCorp’s historic milestone of surpassing 100 million units in cumulative production, one of an automaker’s fastest global achievements, on January 21, 2021. Customers de Hero Glamor, Hero XPulse 200 and Hero Xtreme 160R can register on the official rideforrealheroes.com site to participate in the “Ride for Real Heroes” initiative. Hero MotoCorp is the world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer by volume, and the company has been at the forefront of launching several relief initiatives to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic in India. The company distributed free meals, donated first aid vehicles, ambulances and also launched COVID-19 vaccination campaigns in several districts of India.