RTI International staff members Nichole Smith, Michael Duprey and Ethan Ritchie, from left, participate in a team building task, standing in a small roped area, to earn parts to assemble into a total of 10 bicycles for families from Big Brothers and Big Sisters of the Triangle.
RTI International staff members Nichole Smith, Michael Duprey and Ethan Ritchie, from left, participate in a team building task, standing in a small roped area, to earn parts to assemble into a total of 10 bicycles for families from Big Brothers and Big Sisters of the Triangle. Bernard Thomas The Herald-Sun
RTI International staff members Nichole Smith, Michael Duprey and Ethan Ritchie, from left, participate in a team building task, standing in a small roped area, to earn parts to assemble into a total of 10 bicycles for families from Big Brothers and Big Sisters of the Triangle. Bernard Thomas The Herald-Sun

Bandana-clad RTI executives help build bikes for boys and girls

March 28, 2017 06:30 AM

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