To celebrate our 69th year of freedom, Triumph Motorcycles India has made special plans for the date. To support a special cause, Triumph Motorcycle has partnered with Smile Foundation. The partnership will lighten up the future of a thousand girls across the nation, as it will support the cause of girl child education.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India said, “Girls are still not allowed to right for education in many parts of India. True Independence is when all citizens can enjoy all the fundamental rights of our country. As India enters into its 69 years of Independence, Triumph Motorcycle owners will Ride their bikes to pledge for this Freedom.” He further added, “In Smile Foundation, we found that perfect partner who felt the same for the girl child in India and we hope that this small contribution will be a catalyst to encourage others towards providing elementary education to the girl child.”
“This is a very heartening gesture by Triumph Motorcycles India, who have come forward to join hands with us on this Independence Day for the noble cause of providing education to a girl child belonging to the less privileged sections of the society. The Independence Day would not really find its relevance unless girl children attain freedom, which can solely be achieved through quality education. Here, we would also like to thank the Triumph Riders in anticipation of their generosity and making it an ‘Independence Day’ for the girl children, quite literally.” said Mr.Vikram Singh Verma COO Smile Foundation.
Adding to the news, Triumph Motorcycles India has organized a special ‘Ride for Freedom’ event on 15 August 2015 across twelve major Indian cities. Places like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune, Kochi, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, Indore, and Jaipur will be a part of the ‘Ride for Freedom’ event. The ride will commence from the Triumph dealerships across these cities and will end back at these dealerships. Being a part of ‘Ride for Freedom’ event, Triumph Riders will be donating money to support the cause of girl child education.