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From one Washington to the other, Susan Hunsinger is 25 and recently moved back to her hometown of Seattle after living in Washington, D.C. for seven years. She graduated from The George Washington University with a BA in Journalism and Mass Communications and is currently working as a legal assistant at a real estate law firm. When she’s not writing or working, Susan enjoys running along Elliott Bay, reading and exploring Pike Place Market for her mostly disastrous attempts at cooking. Previous to Ask Miss A, Susan had an array of internships at KING 5 News, NBC Nightly News, The New Yorker and The Daily Show. Before moving to Seattle she worked as an editorial assistant for DC Magazine and is thrilled to have the opportunity to shine some light on her favorite local charities, particularly those involving children.

Recap: Lawless Harley-Davidson Opening To Benefit Seattle Children’s Hospital

Bender and Samantha Mellnick accept a check on behalf of Seattle Children's Hospital.

Bender and Samantha Mellnick accept a check from Lawless Harley-Davidson’s Tony Beyer on behalf of Seattle Children’s Hospital.

Hundreds of tattooed and leather-clad bikers probably isn’t the first thing you would expect to see at an event to benefit Seattle Children’s Hospital.  But that’s exactly what took place in Renton at Lawless Harley-Davidson‘s grand opening party where motorcycle enthusiasts gathered all weekend for bikes, burgers, bands and charity.

The dealership kicked things off by presenting a check $20,000 to Seattle Children’s Hospital as part of a three-month sales challenge.  After selling 200 motorcycles in 90 days, Lawless Harley-Davidson presented the check to Samantha Mellick, a Children’s Hospital cancer patient, along with KISS 106.1‘s Bender.  “Successes like Children’s Ride wouldn’t be possible without a generous and caring community.  Lawless Harley-Davidson has been a great friend to Seattle Children’s Hospital and Children’s Ride. And in case you haven’t heard, Children’s Ride Weekend raised $190,000 for Seattle Children’s,” Bender announced to the crowd.

As the weekend wore on, biker families were treated to a beer garden, burgers donated from Albert Lee Appliance, delicious dogs grilled up by Seattle’s HOG Chapter, tons of raffles and giveaways, a mechanical bull and, of course, a tattoo artist from Burien Tattoo on hand in case anyone had the urge to get inked.

There were plenty of live acts to keep the people entertained from Friday through Sunday including the Dirtbags, Highway 9 BandMontreux and Queensryche.  Lawless Harley-Davidson will continue to host barbecue events every Saturday and is sure to keep giving back to local charities in the future.

Queensryche (Photo Credit: Alan Birdsell)

Queensryche (Photo Credit: Alan Birdsell)

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A tattoo artist from Burien Tattoo was on hand.

 

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