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Join us for the 20th Annual National Bike Summit at a new venue in Crystal City, VA!  

Sunday, March 10 • 3:15pm - 4:00pm
No Money? No problem! - Re/Jump/Start an Advocacy Organization on a Shoestring Budget

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Big things can be done with little or no monetary outlay! You’ll hear from two small bicycle advocacy organizations on how they are doing it and going big. Bike Walk Cleveland serves the community of Cleveland, TN pop ~41,000 with only volunteers and is making big changes in the community with just a little bit of time! Volunteers, community involvement, and strategic partnerships are the keys to moving them forward on a shoestring budget.

Bike Durham went from the brink of irrelevance to being an influential force in just over a year and is an all-volunteer organization. They have doubled their funding, quintupled membership, and have engaged the City to rapidly implement an all-ages/abilities network.  And the organization is still growing!  Hear what works for these two small, but mighty, organizations and how you can use their lessons of success.

Speakers
avatar for Landis Masnor

Landis Masnor

Chair, Bike Durham
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Gina Simpson

Chairman, Bike Walk Cleveland


Sunday March 10, 2019 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Roosevelt 3rd Floor