LACBC: Empowering Local Advocates

Join Us for Our Next Empowering Local Advocates Workshop on Membership on April 29th
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We have grown as an organization to 11 local chapters throughout the county and 5 Neighborhood Bike Ambassador groups in Los Angeles City. With so much going on, headquarters wants to empower YOU to advocate in your local community.
Join us on our second workshop of the series – MEMBERSHIP!

 

When: Tuesday, April 29; 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Where: LACBC Headquarters, Edison Room (1st Floor) – 634 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 90014
Please RSVP through our EventBrite.

Help us extend our reach in a county of 10 million people. Learn how to engage interested stakeholders about what we do as an organization and help grow our membership base.

At this workshop you will learn to:
  • Why we are membership-based
  • How membership supports local advocacy
  • What membership benefits are
  • How to sell membership
  • How to participate in our Bike Month membership drive
Questions? Contact Alek Bartrosouf at alek@la-bike.org.
Refreshments will be provided.

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