Donate $50 by Tomorrow at Midnight and You Could Win a PUBLIC Bike

Photo courtesy of ##http://publicbikes.com/##PUBLIC Bike.

To celebrate their one-year anniversary, and help boost our month-long fundraising push, PUBLIC Bikes has generously offered to bestow a brand new PUBLIC V7 or PUBLIC C7 bicycle on a lucky Streetsblog San Francisco reader who donates a minimum of $50 by midnight tomorrow.

Donate $50 or more right now and you’ll qualify to win a beautiful new PUBLIC Bike that you could be riding by Wednesday!

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“We’re really proud that PUBLIC has supported Streetsblog San Francisco since the company launched last year,” said Dan Nguyen-Tan of PUBLIC Bikes. And we’ve been grateful for PUBLIC’s support!

The San Francisco company is throwing a party July 9th to mark its one-year anniversary and Streetsblog readers are invited to attend. You’re also encouraged to stop by their lovely shop in South Park, where they’re offering a free u-lock and any rack with any bike purchase until Father’s Day!

Thank you PUBLIC Bikes for supporting Streetsblog, and thank YOU for donating!

All the best,
Bryan

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