Promote safer bicycling and motoring
To the Editor,
Bike Cleveland is vying to win $10,000 worth of pro-bono communication services to develop a public awareness campaign to promote safer biking environments, in the Heights and across Greater Cleveland. Help Bike Cleveland win by going to Dix & Eaton's Facebook page and liking the Bike Cleveland entry before noon, Nov. 12.
Dix & Eaton is celebrating its 60th Anniversary by offering to help one of five, select nonprofits with a communications project. If Bike Cleveland wins, Dix & Eaton will help Bike Cleveland develop a public awareness campaign to educate motorists and bicyclists on how to share the road, creating a safer environment for everyone. Just "LIKE" this picture to help. Share the bike love with friends: tell them to "Like" it. Twitter users can send a Tweet to all their followers with a link to the photo. Be sure to use the hastags #60for60 and #Bike_CLE
Thank you for considering.
Mary Dunbar, president, Heights Bicycle Coalition
Mary Dunbar is president of the Heights Bicycle Coalition and a member of Cleveland Heights City Council.