Trek Bicycle Corporation joins Coalition of Arizona Bicyclists

April 5, 2010 – Phoenix Arizona – For Immediate Release

Coalition of Arizona Bicyclists’ president, Bob Beane, announced today that Trek Bicycle Corporation has joined the CAzB as a sponsoring business member. Beyond the initial financial contribution of their membership, the Coalition is extremely pleased that Trek is taking a sincere interest in bicycling advocacy at the state and local level through the CAzB. “Trek Territory Manager, Greg DeCori, and I had nearly an hour of meaningful discussions related to the Coalition’s role in Arizona advocacy, our goals, our expanding geographic representation and ways the Trek might assist in our efforts,” said Beane. “Greg is very focused on how he and Trek Bicycle Corporation might partner with us to help expand both individual membership and bike shop membership in order to help provide an ongoing base of financial support for advocacy in Arizona”.

Trek Bicycle Corporation is the leading brand of bicycles in the US , and is headquartered in Waterloo , Wisconsin . Among the other organizations and causes Trek supports are the League of American Bicyclists, IMBA, Safe Routes to School and Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin.

We are pleased to have Trek as a member of the advocacy team in Arizona , and look forward to partnering with Greg and other members of the Trek family in the months and years ahead.

ABOUT THE COALITION

The Coalition of Arizona Bicyclists is an all-volunteer registered 501(c)3 organization that offers education and advocacy for Arizona’s bicyclists. For more information, please visit our website www.cazbike.org

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