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Despite protest, Sturgis Rally moves forward with annual biker kissing booth



Sturgis, South Dakota - Over 250,000 bikers are expected to roar into South Dakota this weekend for the 80th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Most have one question on their minds: Will they hold the annual kissing booth?


The short answer: Hell, Yeah!


Despite protests about social distancing and wearing masks, the rally organizers say they will not deprive attendees of the opportunity to get up close and personal with their expansive stable of popular kissers.


"Hell's Kissin' is back and it's going to be bigger and badder than ever," said rally organizer Chuck Manson. "We have over 2,000 volunteers taking turns in the booth and locking lips with anyone willing to donate a dollar to charity."


All proceeds go to Biker Babies of America, a non-profit that provides motorcycle safety training to underprivileged toddlers.


Manson says they expect to raise over three million dollars over the next ten days.


The 2020 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally will run August 7 to August 16.



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