HIGH POINT, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--UnitedHealthcare volunteers and the High Point Police Department donated new bike helmets and provided bike safety demonstrations to more than 120 second and third graders from Fairview Elementary School today.
UnitedHealthcare pro cyclists Adrian Hegyvary and Rushlee Buchanan discussed the benefits of exercise and encouraged the children to attend the Carolina Cup in Country Park on Sept. 9.
The students personalized their helmets with colorful stickers and decals.
Learn more about the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling team at www.uhcprocycling.com.
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