JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- What a clever way to help! Can you take a picture of yourself with a Hooters girl? Or how about a picture of you getting hugged by a cop?
William Darnell at Honda of Jacksonville said he wanted to help Buddy Check 12 fight breast cancer, so he created a scavenger hunt for bikers.
He sent a list of items which had to be photographed with the bikers out on Facebook 24 hours in advance.
Each biker was given a laminated Buddy Check 12 logo -- required to be in all photos.
The list contained 85 items from "pic of NY license plate" to "pic at alligator farm" to "pic of a sweet mullet."
Darnell said everyone had a blast.
He gave First Coast News Jeannie Blaylock cash from the event to help Buddy Check 12.
Buddy Check 12 is our project with Baptist Health to help women catch breast cancer early. Jeannie has personally talked with more than 300 women locally who say Buddy Check saved their lives.
If you want a free Buddy Check 12 kit just call Baptist at 904-202-CARE. We'll mail you the kit at no charge.
First Coast News