SFBC Member Meeting: Strategic Planning

From SFBC:

The SF Bicycle Coalition’s priorities are guided by our Strategic Plan, an important road map for how we work successfully to promote bicycling for everyday transportation. As we wind down on our current five year plan we are thinking about how to set ambitious, achievable goals for the next five years.

Current members are invited to help shape the Strategic Plan for 2012-2017 at this member meetings. Complimentary bike valet will be provided. You must be a current member to attend. PleaseRSVP here.

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