FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 16, 2016
Branyn Calegar, Communications + Development Director
Email: [email protected]
Sustain Charlotte to Hold Second Annual Biketoberfest on October 15
Charlotte, NC - Are you looking for a fun, family-friendly event this fall? Check out Sustain Charlotte's second annual Biketoberfest on October 15th!
WHAT: Participants of all ages and abilities will embark on a scavenger hunt from 12:00pm-5:00pm, biking, walking or riding transit to a variety of destinations. For each destination visited, participants will receive a stamp in their official Biketoberfest Passport. The more destinations visited, the more chances to win prizes!
At 6:00pm, there will be an after party at Triple C Brewing Co. with live music, food trucks, and more. Tickets to this event are only $10 (or $25 with an awesome Biketoberfest t-shirt!) and include entry to the raffle and after party at Triple C, a craft beer, and discounts and prizes from sponsoring businesses.Tickets can be purchased at biketoberfestclt.com.
WHY: Biketoberfest will bring the Charlotte community together for an event that invites residents to have fun getting around the city without driving, with the ultimate goal of encouraging greater resident engagement in making Charlotte a more bike-friendly city.
WHO:Sustain Charlotte’s Biketoberfest will be open to the public, though tickets must be purchased in advance or at the event to participate. The event is sponsored by various local businesses. Sponsors are listed at sustaincharlotte.org/biketoberfest.
WHEN: Saturday, October 15, 12:00 p.m - 5:00 p.m. with after party to follow at Triple C Brewing Co.
WHERE: The event will begin and end atTriple C Brewing Co.. The official route and destinations are within Center City, South End and Wesley Heights neighborhoods, Charlotte NC.
Sustain Charlotte is a nonprofit organization working to advance a region-wide sustainability movement by serving as a catalyst for change. Our mission is to inspire choices that lead to a healthier and more vibrant community for generations to come. For more information visit www.sustaincharlotte.org.