Lisa Sedlar is on a mission to do for the Portland mini-mart what Burgerville did for fast food and New Seasons did for grocery stores. And it won’t work, she says, without bikes.
After some of its would-be customers let Target know that bike parking isn’t optional among big downtown Portland retailers, the new CityTarget is likely to get some sidewalk bike parking of its own – a bit late.
City Target is using bikes to market their new downtown Portland store.(Photo © J. Maus/BikePortland) The nation’s smallest Target, which opened its doors on the west end of Portland’s downtown Wednesday, was happy to use bikes in their marketing campaign. “I’m all for Target jumping on the bike bandwagon, but you’d think they’d put some … Read more
Job Title: Store Management Company/Organization: Performance Bicycle Job Description: Performance Bicycle, the nation’s leading retailer of bicycling products, is actively seeking experienced, guest oriented Store Management Associates to join the Performance team in the Portland market. We are actively seeking store management personnel who understand cycling and know how to guide our guests toward getting … Read more