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Greater Green Bay Chamber: Additional donors step forward to fund more bike repair stations


Sue Zittlow, director of workforce development, 920.593.3412szittlow@greatergbc.org

Project Team Media Contact:  Josh Bernhardt, jbernhardt@greatergbc.org

Green Bay, Wis.­- (November 3, 2017) – On November 2, 2017, nearly sixty people showed up at the Neville Public Museum to celebrate the unveiling of 14 bike repair stations throughout Brown County. Attendees included Mayor Jim Schmitt and Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach, as well as local bike enthusiasts and bike station donors.

The team indicated that two additional donors, KI and the Rail Yard, have stepped forward based on the media coverage of their project. The two additional stations will bring the total to 16 bike repair stations in Brown County. The team’s original goal was to install two to five units.

Team spokesperson Rana Chrudimsky commented on the support the team has received: “We are thrilled that our project is part of a broader initiative to bring awareness to the resources and trails we have for cycling in this area.” 

The repair stands include eight tools on retractable braided stainless-steel cables, as well as a tire pump. (See attached photo.)

Leadership Green Bay, a community-based leadership program, helps participants grow as leaders and become more engaged in the community.  Each year, the program includes team community projects. Team three includes Josh Bernhardt of Advance Economic Development, Chris Burns of BConnected LLC, Rana Eisenhauer Chrudimsky of Shopko, David Platt of Godfrey and Kahn S.C., Tamara Rozmarynowski of Wisconsin Public Service, Kara Sederstrom of Cellcom, and Cathy Zehms of Green Bay Country Club. Kasha Huntowski, executive director of the Neville Public Museum Foundation, was the group’s mentor.



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