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Schiphol: Wheel of energy 365 is running with music...

Love is in the air...εξω απο το ολλανδικο διεθνες αεροδρομιο του Schiphol!
The Wheel of energy 365 against cancer is running day and night...with music.

Σε "ανοιχτη" συναυλια μοντερνας μουσικης εχει μεταβληθει ο χωρος μπροστα απο το αεροδρομιο του Schiphol. 
Oι υπευθυνοι του κοινοφελους οργανισμου " The Wheel of energy 365" στον αγωνα εναντιον του καρκινου, οχι μονον τραβανε τη προσοχη σε επιπεδο εντυπωσιασμου με τις προοδευτικες ιδεες τους αλλα συγκεντρωνουν ολοενα και μεγαλυτερο αριθμο οπαδων της ιδεας ' τρεξε στη ροδα και υποστηριξε τον αντικαρκινικο αγωνα...'
" Sport breaks down all  barriers and together we can make a difference ", is used to say the initiator Richard Bottram.
" The ' Body bike ' with 23 high quality indoor cycles support the fight against cancer and I will keep the wheel in motion day and night for 365 days in a row.."

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