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The Rebranding of PUMP … A New Chapter

Posted by on May 22nd, 2009 at 12:34 pm

Next Tuesday (5/26), at our monthly meeting, PUMP (Portland United Mountain Pedalers) is unveiling a new name and a new logo. This rebranding coincides with a major transformation the group is currently undergoing and it will mark the beginning of a new chapter in the history of mountain bike advocacy in Portland, NW Oregon and SW Washington.

Whether you are a current PUMP member or not, we like to invite you to our monthly meeting to join us in celebrating this major milestone in our 21 years of existence. With the new name, the new brand, and the reorganization of our group, we want to carry MTB advocacy in our region to the next level and open our doors to the numerous people in the Portland area who share the joy of riding bicycles on off-road trails and who support our efforts to preserve and increase the opportunities for off-road cycling in our region, regardless of what type of bikes you ride, what style of trails you prefer, or how often you hit the dirt. We want to create a true community of off-road cyclists where everyone feels welcome and where every type of contribution for the cause is appreciated!

Here are the details of next week’s event:

Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Time: 7:30pm – 9:00pm

Lucky Lab NW Beer Hall, 1945 NW Quimby, Portland, OR
(NOT the Lucky Lab on SE Hawthorne!)

6:30 – 7:30pm: social time (come early to chat over a bite and a beer).
7:30pm: presentation: “The Rebranding of PUMP – A New Chapter…” (followed by Q&A and member vote).
8:00pm: update on upcoming Mt St Helens Trail Work Party and other advocacy/event/ride announcements.
8:15pm – 9:00pm: social time.

We hope to see you there. Bring your friends!

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