News release: Community Cycling Center’s Rummage Sale – Sunday, August 25th
Community Cycling Center’s Rummage Sale – Sunday, August 25th
Sale features great deals on over 100 hand tools, repair stands, and more
August 5, 2013 – Portland, Ore. – The Community Cycling Center is gearing up for a rummage sale on Sunday, August 25th, from 10am – 2pm. The event will take place at their new workshop space, located at 1805 NE 2nd Ave. The rummage sale will feature great deals on:
- Over 100 hand tools
- Park folding repair stands
- Park repair stand bases
- Park frame repair stand
- Snap-on roll away tool chest
- Work benches
- Hand trucks, carts, and dollies
- Anti-fatigue floor mats
- 4 horsepower 11-gallon air compressor
- Free vintage Community Cycling Center t-shirt with any purchase or donation over $5. Sizes and supplies limited.
The Community Cycling Center is cleaning out their current storage space in an effort to raise money during the sale to support phase one of the build out of their new workshop – a space that will be dedicated to future programs that broaden access to bicycling and its benefits for underserved communities.
Additionally, the Community Cycling Center is looking for 1,500 sq. feet of storage space to house donated bikes and outreach supplies for their programs. Their current storage space’s lease is expiring in October, a space that was generously donated to the nonprofit for many years. The Community Cycling Center is looking for free or low-cost storage. As a 501c3 nonprofit organization, your donation of storage space to the Center may be eligible for a tax deduction.
For more information on the rummage sale and storage space needs, please see the following flyers:
About the Community Cycling Center
The Community Cycling Center is a nonprofit organization founded in 1994 that helps people access their community by bicycle. We partner with communities on neighborhood-based projects and programs. We believe that all Portlanders, regardless of their income, education, or ethnic background, should have the opportunity to choose healthy, active transportation.