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Voting ends Nov. 15 at midnight.
I need your help, guys. And I need it now. Please. Voting ends Nov. 15 at midnight. I still need more votes.
I realize recumbent bike riders in the NY Metro area wish we had a larger dealership here. I feel the same way. And I’d like you to know I keep hammering away at it.
Some of you know the business and you know how incredibly hard it is. That’s especially true in a high-cost region like NY Metro where we pay 3x what others pay for real estate and 2x more for utilities. Those of you who know me personally know how I knock myself out to grow the business, every day.
At last weekend’s Recumbent Cycle Convention, dealers and manufacturers from all over the country, pretty much to a man, expressed overwhelming support for what I’m doing, including offers to help if they can, etc. The level of kindness was really touching. And it appears I’m on pretty much a similar path to everyone else, doing similar things. (It also turns out that a few manufacturers consider me their “best” dealer; that felt good.)
None of you will be shocked to hear the main obstacle to growing New York City Recumbent Supply is money. So, I’ve applied for a huge competitive grant from Chase Bank. If I get it — if we get it — it’ll be massive and will dramatically increase access to recumbent bikes in our region.
All I need is your vote. It’s fast and free.
To be considered for the first round of this competitive grant process, I need your support: your vote, in fact. And the votes of your friends.
The link is below. When you go to the site, Chase is going to ask for Facebook stuff. They say they don’t use or retain the info. I assume it helps prevent voter fraud. But I don’t know. I don’t control it. Unfortunately, some people have found this off-putting. Please don’t be put off.
Thanks to each of you for helping grow the bent-riding community in Greater NY.
New York City Recumbent Supply
The Innovation Works, Inc.
copyright 2013 Robert Matson