LACBC: Map Stuffing for New Bike Resource Guide

We just got 2000 print ups of a special LACBC-made bike map showing
downtown routes!!! And we need help inserting the maps into our newly
translated Spanish Resource Guide (City of Lights program).

In
the words of Nirvana, come as you are, anytime between now and April 1,
if you can help! Call 213.629.2142 to let us know you’re coming by and
one of our staff will hook you up!

On April 1st, we are
commencing good old fashioned assembly line map stuffing at 5:30pm on
the Mezzanine level of our building with a group of volunteers and
staff! RSVP: erica@la-bike.org

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