KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- The CDC reports one out of every 110 children have autism today. Millions of family members and caregivers are impacted by children with autism. So this weekend, there's a local benefit to help the autism society.
On Sunday, bikers and folks from all over East Tennessee are invited to the Knoxville Harley Davidson Dealership on Clinton Highway. The motorcycle ride is from 9:00am to Noon. Then from Noon to 10:00pm live bands will be performing, including The Fender Benders, The Reigns Band, The Dirty Doug's & Jason Ellis, The Jay Storm Project, Brad Blackwell, and Catalyst East TN. Food will be available as well as many activities for the kids.
This is the 2nd annual event for Shout At Autism.
For more information about the East Tennessee chapter of the Autism Society, log on to asaetc.org.
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