RQN’s Patrick Reimherr will join 21 local leaders in GREENbike SLC’s ride to benefit the Volunteers of America, Utah’s Homeless Youth Resource Center.
Event: GREENbike, SLC’s non-profit bike share has assembled 22 local leaders from the public, private and non-profit sectors to ride GREENbikes to benefit the Volunteers of America, Utah’s Homeless Youth Resource Center. For each local leader that rides, GREENbike will donate 50 pieces of new winter clothing to the resource center, totaling 1,100 new pairs of gloves, socks, beanies, and ponchos.
The riders will begin at the GREENbike station at 300S Rio Grande Street and ride east utilizing SLC’s protected bike lanes. Press is invited to attend brief opening remarks and capture the ride. Riders and press will be required to wear masks and practice social distancing during the outdoor ride.
When: Oct. 28, 5:30 p.m.
Where: 300S Rio Grande St (450W)
• Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson
• Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall
• Utah Transit Authority (UTA) Trustee Beth Holbrook
• Key Bank President Terry Grant
• Salt Lake Tribune Columnist Robert Gehrke
• Salt Lake City Council Member Amy Fowler
• SLUG Magazine Editor-in-Chief Angela H Brown
• Salt Lake City Council Member Andrew Johnston
• FOX13 Reporter Ben Winslow
• Salt Lake City Council Member Darin Mano
• Salt Lake Magazine Managing Editor Jeremy Pugh
• Salt Lake City Council Member Dan Dugan
• UCAIR Executive Director Thom Carter
• 02 Utah Executive Director David Garbett
• Downtown Alliance Executive Director Dee Brewer
• Ray Quinney & Nebekar Attorney Pat Reimherr
• Giv Group Executive Director Chris Parker
• Jordan River Commission Executive Director Soren Simonsen
• Outdoor Afro Leader Ashley Cleveland
• Colmena Group Development Executive Aabir Malik
• SelectHealth Risk Adjustment Coding Auditor Anji Lefler
• GREENbike Board Chair / Stadler Rail Director of Sales Matt Sibul
GREENbike Marketing & Engagement
GREENbike, SLC’s nonprofit bike share, connects our community with employment centers, high-density residential units, transit stops, and popular entertainment destinations. The program serves as a mechanism to improve community health, air quality, and increase the use of existing transit infrastructure. GREENbike is a non-profit, public/private partnership between Salt Lake City, UTA, SelectHealth, and other private sponsors.
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