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DULUTH - The KQ-95 Train Wreck with Kevin and Zooch camped outside Hermantown Wal-Mart Friday night to accept any new bike donations for Northland kids this holiday season.
It's all part of the station's annual bike drive for the Salvation Army.Twin Ports Nightlife and the National Bank of Commerce partnered up and stopped by to donate $1,600 worth of bikes.
"Just over six years ago on Thanksgiving this year, my brother passed away. We started the Steve Arnovich 14 Foundation. Part of what we do with that foundation is to help kids in the community," said Jeff Arnovich, brother of Steve and co-owner of Twin Ports Nightlife.
"At the bank, we like to think we make more possible. So this is one way of making more possible for kids," said Bruce Webb, president of National Bank of Commerce.
The bike drive runs through Dec. 14. Check out 95KQDS.com for a list of drop-off locations.
KQ Radio is a sister station of FOX 21.