BP MS 150

On April 16, 2016 Team Gardere took on the Annual BP MS 150. The traditionally two-day, 180-mile cycling journey from Houston to Austin was shortened to one day due to severe weather. However, a total of 55 attorneys, staff, family members, clients and friends turned out for the ride from La Grange to Austin, Texas to raise donations benefitting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society: Lone Star Chapter.

The event is held annually to raise funds to support multiple sclerosis research, programs and services provided by the National MS Society that benefit more than nearly 20,000 Texans in 141 counties affected by MS. This is the 16th year Team Gardere has competed, raising over $137,000 so far. Team Gardere is a past recipient of the “Mission Possible” award.

Other Gardere MS fundraising efforts have included the participation of the Firm's Dallas-based Gardere Gearheads team in the Bike MS: Sam’s Club Round Up Ride from Frisco to Fort Worth from 2006-2013. The Gearheads are a past recipient of the "Third Highest Fundraising Team Award."

Collectively Gardere has raised over $1.6 million in donations, directly benefitting cutting-edge research, programs and services that will help find a cure for MS.

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