News release: Community Cycling Center to host second Transportation Trivia Night at Radio Room
For Immediate Release
Community Cycling Center to host second Transportation Trivia Night
at Radio Room
Transportation Trivia Night is a benefit for the Community Cycling Center,
with prizes from North St. Bags, Bikeasaurus, Trailhead Coffee, and Radio Room
March 11, 2013 – Portland, Ore. – Back by popular demand – this isn’t just any trivia night. It’s Transportation Trivia Night – a fundraiser for the Community Cycling Center.
Gather your transportation enthusiast friends and join the Community Cycling Center at Radio Room for their second Transportation Trivia Night.
This year’s event is happening on Wednesday, March 20th, from 7pm-11pm. Trivia starts at 8pm, and will be hosted by Peter Koonce, a Transportation Engineer. Seating is limited, so come early!
It’s $10+ to play (cash only) and you’ll receive a pint of Ninkasi beer. There will be four rounds of transportation-themed trivia questions, with prizes after each round. In addition, there will be a door prize, best team name prize and a grand prize for the winner of it all.
Prizes this year include:
Gift bag from Bikesaurus
Coffee from Trailhead Coffee Roasters
Gift cards from the Radio Room
Passes for the Portland Streetcar
Grand prize: A Woodward Backpack from North St. Bags
What: Transportation Trivia Night: A fundraiser for the Community Cycling Center Facebook event page
Where: Radio Room, 1101 NE Alberta St.
When: Wednesday, March 20th, from 7pm-11pm. Trivia begins at 8. Seating is limited, so come early.
Cost: $10 + sliding scale to play (includes trivia play, entry for the door prize, and a pint of Ninkasi)
About the Community Cycling Center
The Community Cycling Center, founded in 1994, broadens access to bicycling and its benefits. Our vision is to build a vibrant community where people of all backgrounds use bicycles to stay healthy and connected. As one of the oldest community bike shops in the United States, we build healthy communities by helping thousands of people ride safely. For more information, visit www.CommunityCyclingCenter.org