Red Bull handup to hospital from cyclist Payson McElveen

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Red Bull handup to hospital from cyclist Payson McElveen

Durango professional cyclist Payson McElveen droped off six cases of Red Bull at Mercy Regional Medical Center on Friday for medical staff who are working the front lines of COVID-19. McElveen said he would call his sponsor, Red Bull, to make more donations after hearing the need from the staff. After getting home from his win at The Mid South gravel race in Oklahoma, McElveen found more than his usual supply of energy drink from his sponsor, so he reached out to donate it to the workers in need.

Red Bull handup to hospital from cyclist Payson McElveen

Durango professional cyclist Payson McElveen droped off six cases of Red Bull at Mercy Regional Medical Center on Friday for medical staff who are working the front lines of COVID-19. McElveen said he would call his sponsor, Red Bull, to make more donations after hearing the need from the staff. After getting home from his win at The Mid South gravel race in Oklahoma, McElveen found more than his usual supply of energy drink from his sponsor, so he reached out to donate it to the workers in need.
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