BMW Massachusetts Co-Op is putting together a PMC photo mosaic and looking for PMCers’ photos. BMW is the official vehicle of the PMC.
BMW Massachusetts Co-Op is hosting the BMW Rider Village at the PMC’s Massachusetts Maritime Academy (MMA) hub site, which serves as a finish line for thousands of one-day riders and as the half-way point for two-day riders.
This hospitality area will be a place for riders to relax and recoup after their ride. It will feature a lounge, satellite TV and more.
When they arrive at the BMW Rider Village, PMCers will be greeted by a 10 foot x 20 foot photo mosaic wall – made up of images they have contributed, as part of BMW’s “What Drives You to be a Part of PMC?” effort.
BMW Massachusetts Co-Op is now collecting photos to include in this interactive mosaic wall.
Visit bmwmosaic.com to upload photos and share stories. Submit photos from past PMCs, photos of family or loved ones, or anything else that highlights your support of the mission of the PMC.
“The Massachusetts BMW dealers recognize the dedication of the riders, volunteers and supporters of PMC and the passion they share for the fight against cancer,” said Marshal Cabot, general manager BMW of Peabody. “As a proud partner of the PMC, we wanted to bring that dedication to life, by creating this unique visual display of photos and stories that will be shared beyond the 192-mile route.”
The BMW Massachusetts Co-op is a group of BMW dealerships that includes BMW Peabody, Herb Chambers, BMW Sudbury, BMW Shrewsbury, BMW of Cape Cod and BMW Gallery of Norwell and Norwood.
Learn more about the BMW/PMC partnership at www.bmwmass.com/pmc.