It’s too late to become a regional sponsor for the 2019 event. You can, however, sponsor one or more of the 115 local 2019 pit stop by donating food, beverages, and/or giveaway items. Simply contact the pit stop(s) of your choice directly. If you’re interested in becoming a regional sponsor of the 2019 Bike to Work Day event, please contact Commuter Connections at email@example.com.
There are Two Ways to Become a Sponsor
Regional Sponsorship – Bike to Work Day is funded in part by generous corporations and organizations. Because the event is organized by non-profit entities, donations to Bike to Work Day are tax deductible. Cash donations are given at the regional level supplement the procurement of marketing materials for the event, including the purchase of thousands of T-Shirts for participants.
Sponsorship opportunities are available starting at just $1,200. At the Bronze level, sponsor logos will appear on the event website, and 90,000 posters and rack cards. At the Silver level, sponsor logos also appear on 20,000 Bike to Work Day T-shirts. At the Gold level, sponsor names are also mentioned on several hundred Bike to Work Day event radio spot for several weeks leading up to Bike to Work Day. In-kind donations are also accepted, or a combination of cash and in-kind. Download the 2019 Regional Sponsor Declaration Form (PDF).
Sponsor a Local Pit Stop – The Bike to Work Day event culminates on Friday, May 17, 2019, at 115 gatherings occurring simultaneously throughout the Washington metropolitan region. These local events called “pit stops” offer T-Shirts, food, beverages and chances to win raffle prizes for participants. In-kind donations will be accepted by the local pit stops through April to help feed and hydrate the masses. Other donated products or services which are well-suited to the participating bicyclists are also welcome. If your company/organization becomes a local pit stop sponsor, send us your logo and we’ll place it on the pit-stop page. If you’re interested in sponsoring at the local pit stop level please contact the individual pit stop manager(s) in your area found on the pit-stop pages.