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Rymedi and Village Wrench Team Up for National Bike Month Bike Donation Rally

Greenville, SC — Rolling into National Bike Month, Rymedi, a Greenville-based healthcare data management software company, is teaming up with Village Wrench to organize a bike donation event in the first week of May. These donations aim to offer access to bicycles and biking accessories for those who may not have the means to acquire them otherwise.

As advocates for health and well-being, Rymedi recognizes the transformative power of cycling in promoting physical activity, reducing environmental impact, and fostering community connectivity. By partnering with Village Wrench, a local organization dedicated to empowering communities through cycling, Rymedi aims to make a meaningful difference in the lives of individuals who lack the resources to purchase their own bicycles.

“We’re happy to partner with Village Wrench to support the vibrant cycling community in Greenville and beyond,” said David Stefanich, Co-Founder and CEO of Rymedi. “At Rymedi, we believe in leveraging technology and collaboration to improve human health, and this initiative aligns perfectly with our mission. By providing access to bicycles, we hope to enable more people to experience the joy and benefits of cycling while promoting healthier, more sustainable lifestyles.”

The bike donation rally will take place at Rymedi in Downtown Greenville on May 2 from 12pm to 4pm and May 4 from 7:30am to 12pm. Community members are invited to donate gently used bicycles, bike accessories and parts, clothes, and monetary contributions to support the cause. All donations will directly benefit individuals in need, helping to break down barriers and create opportunities for increased mobility and well-being.

About Rymedi:

Rymedi is a Greenville-based healthcare data management software company that specializes in leveraging technology to empower life sciences organizations to improve human health. Through their patent-pending blockchain-backed technology, Rymedi develops solutions that enable organizations to optimize processes, improve patient outcomes, and drive positive change in healthcare.

About Village Wrench:

Village Wrench is a local nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering communities through cycling. By providing access to bicycles, repair services, and educational programs, Village Wrench aims to promote equitable transportation, physical activity, and community engagement in Greenville and the surrounding areas.

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