Days 4-7…and birthday dinner from Night 3

So how do the first three days of blogs get written and then from Day 4 to the finish fall off the map? That is where we will begin…. Days 4, 5, 6 and 7 were all interesting and my lack of blogging started on Day 4 as we traveled from State College to Lewisburg. We...
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Days 2&3 – Lots of Miles, Stories and Great Birthday Memories

Day 2 & 3 Birthday Day, Lots of Miles, Great Stories and 147 miles, We Are Penn State!! Day 3 is in the books and we have arrived at State College, PA, home of Penn State University, with a host of stories and lots of miles under our belts. Where do I begin? Do I...
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Day 2 – Too Tired for Words

Day two of the Anchor House Ride left me too exhausted to write a complete blog, but I do have plenty of pictures to share with you! Take a look at some of the beautiful landscapes I rode and the memorial that left an imprint on my...
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Day 1 is Done!

Day 1 in the Books, What was I Worried About? The word on the street was that Day 1 of the Anchor House Ride for Runaway Children would be a killer and the question was would I survive? Survive…I crushed it with room to spare!  To add onto that, great people,...
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A New Summer, A New Challenge

Summer 2017 is here and that means it’s time to jump back on that bike for all the charities I hold near and dear to my heart. As I’m practicing for the week long trek on my two-wheel vehicle, I’m here to remind you about the charities I will be riding for this year....
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Days 4-7…and birthday dinner from Night 3

So how do the first three days of blogs get written and then from Day 4 to the finish fall off the map? That is where we will begin…. Days 4, 5, 6 and 7 were all interesting and my lack of blogging started on Day 4 as we traveled from State College to Lewisburg. We...
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Days 2&3 – Lots of Miles, Stories and Great Birthday Memories

Day 2 & 3 Birthday Day, Lots of Miles, Great Stories and 147 miles, We Are Penn State!! Day 3 is in the books and we have arrived at State College, PA, home of Penn State University, with a host of stories and lots of miles under our belts. Where do I begin? Do I...
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Day 2 – Too Tired for Words

Day two of the Anchor House Ride left me too exhausted to write a complete blog, but I do have plenty of pictures to share with you! Take a look at some of the beautiful landscapes I rode and the memorial that left an imprint on my...
Read More

Day 1 is Done!

Day 1 in the Books, What was I Worried About? The word on the street was that Day 1 of the Anchor House Ride for Runaway Children would be a killer and the question was would I survive? Survive…I crushed it with room to spare!  To add onto that, great people,...
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A New Summer, A New Challenge

Summer 2017 is here and that means it’s time to jump back on that bike for all the charities I hold near and dear to my heart. As I’m practicing for the week long trek on my two-wheel vehicle, I’m here to remind you about the charities I will be riding for this year....
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How To Donate

Below is a list of the organizations I am representing this year.  Below each one is a link that will take you to the donation page for my specific fundraising for the organization.  Thank you.  -Phil

Please Choose one of my charitable causes:


Anchor House Ride for Runaways
MS 150 City to Shore
Bike the US for MS

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Donations Raised to Date

With your help, I have raised more money than I expected. With your continued support and efforts, I am able to give back to the community around me.

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Donations Raised So Far $8000/$25000 Goal!

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When Is My Next Ride?

The Ride for Runaways is an annual, 7 day, 500 mile charity bicycle ride that exists to support Anchor House.  In 1979, a group of concerned citizens founded Anchor House, a shelter for runaway and/or abused teenagers. The Anchor House is a stabilizing place for runaway, homeless, and abused youth. It is a safe place to rest, wait through the storm while in crisis and a way to move on when the crisis is calmed. Today, Anchor House has grown into with programs that meet the needs of, teens and young adults.

Anchor House Ride for Runaways

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Who Am I?

As CEO of Cooper Pest Solutions and BedBug Central, it has been our company’s mission to WOW our clients, WOW our teammates, WOW our service partners and WOW our community. To combine my love of cycling and desire to make a difference in the community, I have created Phil Across America. This effort encompasses my passion for cycling and desire to make a difference in the community through fundraising efforts for charities that I am passionate about. I will push my body to its limits every summer in order to give back to those in need and the communities in which we hold near and dear to our hearts.