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Phil Cooper Announces Summer of Cycling 2013

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Cooper, president and CEO of Cooper Pest Solutions, Lawrenceville, N.J., will once again be combining his passion for cycling and charitable causes this summer.

| July 11, 2013

Phil Cooper, president and CEO of Cooper Pest Solutions, Lawrenceville, N.J., will once again be combining his passion for cycling and charitable causes this summer.

Cooper announced the “Anchor House Ride for Runaways,” a 497-miles ride from Burlington, Vt., to Trenton, N.J., from July 13-20, to raise money for a shelter for runaway and/or abused teenagers.

Cooper will be riding with 200 cyclists and more than 20 support volunteers.

To donate visit http://www.anchorhouseride.org/Donate?poolId=1361

To learn more about Cooper’s 2013 Summer of Cycling and to follow his blog, visit http://www.philacrossamerica.com/.
   
 

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