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Sponsors and Partners
Building a bike-friendly Atlanta is at the core of our outreach efforts. We are thankful for the support of our sponsors and partners who understand the benefits of bicycling extend far beyond the person in the saddle. We applaud the following leaders who provide financial support to enable us to continue making Atlanta a safe, accessible city for bike users.
Sustaining Grants / Contributions
EarthShare of Georgia is a nonprofit that raises funds through employee giving for more than 60 environmental member organizations dedicated to conserving and protecting our air, land and water. A member group for several years, ABC has benefited tremendously from contributions made through workplace giving campaigns. Click here to learn how your workplace can start its own giving campaign.
The mission of the Governor's Office of Highway Safety is to educate the public on traffic safety and to facilitate the implementation of safety programs that reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities on Georgia roadways. Since 2004, GOHS has provided important funding for ABC's "Share the Road" program and public awareness campaigns.
The Alliance for Biking & Walking is North America's coalition of local and state bicycle and pedestrian advocacy organizations. We create, strengthen and unite advocacy leaders who are transforming their communities into great places to bike and walk.
The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation promotes positive change in peoples’ lives and builds and enhances the communities in which they live.
PeopleForBikes is collaborating with millions of individual riders, businesses, community leaders, and elected officials to unite Americans to boost bicycling on a national level for results that can be seen locally.
Our goal is to make every bike ride better, whether that ride takes you on trails, down to the grocery store, or all the way across town. Why? Because when people ride bikes, great things happen for our bodies and our minds, and our communities and our nation.
2013 Event Sponsors
We are also thankful to the following partners who lend their resources and expertise to many of our new and ongoing projects:
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Matching contributions to our Connecting the City campaign provided by Mailchimp.
Custom Assembly & Installations, Inc. Since 2004 Custom Assembly & Installations (CA&I) has been a leader and innovator in providing our clients with the on-site assembly and installation of RTA (ready to assemble), KD (knock down) and Flat packed products that require partial or full assembly. CA&I partners with ABC to support office needs, Atlanta Streets Alive, and our Earn a Bike program providing bikes to children in need.
Faster Mustache is a progressive organization made up of a diverse group of Atlanta residents with one thing in common: riding bicycles. We believe in the power of cyclists to change our communities and our world through ongoing discussion, entertaining events, and positive action.
Custom Signs Today is a local print and design shop with over 35 years of combined experience in the sign industry. They have a wide breadth of signage available for making the best of an event or campaign. Over the course of several years Custom Signs Today has been providing print materials for events such as Atlanta Streets Alive, the Blinkie Awards, Bike Valet, and more!
PEDS (Pedestrians Educating Drivers on Safety)
Business Improvement District Partners
Central Atlanta Progress, the Downtown TMA, and Atlanta Downtown Improvement District
Perimeter Transportation Coalition
Atlantic Station ASAP+
Buckhead Area Transportation Management Association
Clifton Corridor Transportation Management Association
Midtown Transportation Solutions
Georgia Tech (Students Organizing for Sustainability)