Motorcycle ride to Nashville raises $150,000 for aids research

On August 7, the 8th Annual Kiehl’s LifeRide for amfAR celebrated the finale of their multi-city, national scale motorcycle ride, beginning in Minneapolis, here in Nashville at the Kiehl’s store at The Mall at Green Hills.

Kiehl’s donated a total of $150,000 to amfAR, garnered over the course of the ride. Top beauty influencer Amanda Ensing did a meet-and-greet with fans, and local up-and-coming artist Ingrid Andress, recently featured in Rolling Stone, performed at the event. Skincare demos took place on-site and Bacon & Caviar catered the festivities. Kiehl’s Limited Edition Ultimate Strength Hand Salve, benefitting amfAR with 100% of the product’s net profits up to $25,000 going to the organization, was also sold for $28.50 at all Kiehl’s stores, Kiehls.com and store partners nationwide in support of the initiative.

 (L-R back row): Chris Salgado, Amanda Ensing, Luke Wessman, Grant Reynolds, Kevin Robert Frost, (L-R front row): Gilles Marini, Anthony Carrino, Dr. Daniela Fera and Ian Bohen

(L-R back row): Chris Salgado, Amanda Ensing, Luke Wessman, Grant Reynolds, Kevin Robert Frost, (L-R front row): Gilles Marini, Anthony Carrino, Dr. Daniela Fera and Ian Bohen