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    OKI Data Americas Supports the Maimonides Cancer Center for the Third Consecutive Year
    the “Twin Sister” 1955 Pink CadillacColor Me OKI program support the Brooklyn HOGS Third Annual Breast Cancer Ride
    LAUREL, N.J.—The employees of OKI Data Americas, a leading printer
    manufacturer, are proud to support the Brooklyn HOGS Third Annual
    Breast Cancer Ride to Live on October 10th at KeySpan Park, home of the
    Brooklyn Cyclones. This year will be the third consecutive year that
    OKI Data Americas will be supporting the event through the company’s
    Color Me OKI philanthropic program. This year the program is providing
    the “Twin Sister” 1955 Pink Cadillac Fleetwood, an exact replica of the
    pink Cadillac that Elvis gave his mother, along with an Elvis Tribute
    Artist to entertain the crowd. The restored Cadillac symbolizes the
    process women must go through when rebuilding their mind, body and
    souls after battling breast cancer.

    The Annual Breast Cancer
    Ride to Live fundraiser is presented by Maimonides Medical Center, in
    partnership with Brooklyn Harley-Davidson and The Brooklyn Chapter of
    the Harley Owners Group. Hundreds of motorcyclists are involved to
    raise money and partake in a scenic motorcycle ride from Brooklyn
    Harley-Davidson to KeySpan Park, where they will enjoy a barbecue with
    live music, sponsor tables and other exciting activities. All net
    proceeds from the benefit will go to support the Brooklyn Breast Cancer
    Program at Maimonides Cancer Center, led by world-renowned surgeon, Dr.
    Patrick I. Borgen. The Center, which is Brooklyn’s first and only
    dedicated cancer center, provides mammography, sonography, stereotactic
    and ultrasound guided procedures, radiation, chemotherapy, surgery and
    clinical trials for the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.“We’re
    excited to have the “Twin Sister” at this year’s event, since the
    vehicle was part of the inaugural Ride to Live fundraiser in 2007,”
    said Dr. Patrick Borgen. “OKI Data Americas commitment to the cause is
    wonderful and we appreciate the company’s continual support of those
    courageously battling breast cancer.”

    Since 2007, the Color Me
    OKI philanthropic program has uniquely paired vintage vehicles with
    live entertainment to help support and celebrate the strong women,
    family and friends that are fighting breast and colorectal cancers. In
    2009, the program was enhanced to include postcards for prevention,
    helping to spread the importance of early detection. The personal
    program stays true to the company’s passion for customer intimacy,
    which it does by engaging with customers on a one-on-one basis to
    understand their needs. OKI Data Americas (www.okidata.com), one of the
    leading printer manufacturers in the U.S., goes beyond traditional
    service to develop long term partnerships with each customer and make
    them feel like customers again.“OKI Data Americas is a company
    passionate about supporting causes that affect our community and breast
    cancer is a disease that has affected us all,” said Scott Becker,
    Executive Vice President, North America Sales and Marketing for OKI
    Data Americas. “We are honored to support the Maimonides Cancer Center
    in any capacity and be part of such an important fundraising event.”

    need not be a motorcycle enthusiast to participate in the Ride to Live.
    Sponsoring a rider or making a donation to attend the after-party at
    KeySpan Park can make a difference in the battle against breast cancer.
    For sponsorship opportunities, call Sarah Kaufman at 718-283-7041.For
    more information on the 2009 Color Me OKI program and OKI Data
    Americas’ partnership in passion on the drive to survive breast and
    colorectal cancers, please visit: http://www.colormeoki.com.