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Dee Snider Leads March of Dimes 2010 Bikers For Babies

, Sunday, May 23, 2010

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For Dee Snider (center with microphone), the cause is personal: two of his children were born prematurely.

Long Beach, NY, May 23, 2010 – Dee Snider, March of Dimes Bikers for Babies National Spokesperson and lead singer for the rock band Twisted Sister, performs for a crowd of more than 2,000 bikers gathered to ride and raise money for the 8th Annual Dee Snider’s Bikers for Babies. It’s one of 33 March of Dimes Bikers for Babies events that take place around the U.S. each year to support the March of Dimes mission to give every baby a healthy start in life.

To find a Bikers for Babies event near you, visit bikersforbabies.org.

Snider supports the March of Dimes because two of his four children were born prematurely. Prematurity is a serious health crisis affecting more than 540,000 babies annually. Snider has donated thousands of hours to the March of Dimes, promoting its mission and working to help raise funds.

The March of Dimes, the leading nonprofit organization for pregnancy and baby health, works to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality with programs of research, education, community service, and advocacy. For the latest resources and information, visit marchofdimes.com or nacersano.org.

For the latest resources and health information, visit our websites marchofdimes.org and nacersano.org. If you have been affected by prematurity or birth defects, visit our shareyourstory.org community to find comfort and support. For detailed national, state and local perinatal statistics, visit persistats.org. You can also find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.

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