SVBC Bike to Work Volunteer Night

From SVBC

Come on out and join SVBC for our monthly Volunteer Night on Wednesday, March 30 from 6-8pm. This volunteer night will focus on preparing a few Bike to Work Day outreach items, including the very important Employer Toolkit, which is mailed to hundreds of Silicon Valley companies encouraging them to participate and promote this great event.

The freshly printed BTWD posters will also be available for pick up. Stop by for few and help us distribute them around your neighborhood bike shops, restaurants, libraries, and other establishments.

As always, food and drinks will be provided.

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