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Dance Label Helps Kids With Desert Ride

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A Desert Charity ride has raised $43,140 for the Youth off the Streets charity.  Participating in the ride, which crossed 12 Australian deserts was Morgan Williams (a founder and director of dance music label Central Station Records - Morgan formed Central Station Records with his partner, Joe Palumbo.).

According to Morgan, the ride  crossed 12 deserts including Sturt Stony Desert (twice), Tirari Desert (twice), Strzelecki Desert, Simpson Desert, Tanami Desert, Central Desert, Great Sandy Desert, Gibson Desert, Little Sandy Desert, The Nullarbor Plain, Painted Desert and Pedirka Desert.

Queensland based since 2002, Mr Williams noted:  "We have covered over 20,000 km from the Sunshine Coast until getting back home.  Whilst the journey has been extremely challenging, stimulating and demanding, it has also been incredibly rewarding and a dream come true.  We had targeted to raise $50,000, to date we have raised $43,140 through 65 very kind and generous people. Youth off the Streets is an extremely worthwhile charity that addresses troubled youths by providing them direction, hope and thus a future.  We are  still hopeful of reaching our $50,000 target and encourage people to explore our website: http://www.10desertride.com and http://www.bigbore.com for more information on the ride as well as ways to contribute to this charity."

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