Vulcan Bike To Work Breakfast
You are invited to join the Cascade Bicycle Club Education Foundation for the second annual Vulcan Bike to Work Breakfast on Tuesday, May 2, at the Grand Hyatt in downtown Seattle. We promise good food, great conversation, networking, and an insight into why bike commuting makes sense for you, your business, and our community.
Last year's spectacular inaugural Breakfast was successful in raising over $10,000 for Cascade Bicycle Club Education Foundation programs, like the popular Downtown Seattle Bicycle Commuter Education Series launched in September 2005 with the support of the Seattle Department of Transportation. This program offers free bicycle commuter classes each month at downtown Seattle locations, and provides tips and techniques for how to safely commute by bike.
Business participants hosting tables at the 2005 Vulcan Bike to Work Breakfast included Stoel Rives, Starbucks, WRQ, Vulcan, Unico, Key Bank, NBBJ, Group Health Cooperative, and Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe LLP. Those attending were fortunate enough to hear such inspirational speakers as Dale Sperling, President and CEO of Unico Properties, Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels, and Ron Sims, King County Executive.
The 2006 Vulcan Bike to Work Breakfast will again bring together business leaders across King County, local and state officials, and cycling-focused non-profits in order to raise awareness of the fiscal and health benefits of bike commuting. At the Breakfast you will hear from business and political guest speakers about the full range of benefits available to businesses sponsoring active commuting programs.
So be sure to join our emcee Willie Weir (NPR featured international bicycle essayist) for a fun, informative and inspirational event to kick off national Bike Month! You will leave the breakfast with an eye-opening awareness of what lasting benefits to your employees and your bottom line a small investment of time and leadership can yield.
Grand Hyatt Seattle
721 Pine Street
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