Gotcha Bike Champions Active Campus Transportation at Annual Health Summit in Washington, DC

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Partnership for A Healthier America to Feature Gotcha Bike’s Proven Campus Initiatives

Gotcha Bike is committed to helping make college campuses healthier every day.

Gotcha Bike – one of the nation’s fastest growing collegiate transportation providers - will promote active and healthy forms of campus transportation as a Healthier Campus Initiative (HCI) Funder and exhibitor at the Partnership for A Healthier America (PHA)’s Annual “Building a Healthier Future” Summit in Washington, D.C., May 10 - 12.

Gotcha Bike currently provides the nation’s smartest bikes to riders at 20 college, residential and corporate campuses across the U.S. Gotcha’s programs align with PHA’s Healthier Campus Initiatives by encouraging and promoting alternative active modes of transportation and campus physical activity.

Gotcha Bike is partnering as an HCI Funder with PHA to exhibit at this year’s Summit, and will showcase new ways to reduce the average students’ propensity to gain weight in college, i.e.: to prevent the dreaded Freshman 15.

Sean Flood, CEO of Gotcha Bike, explains how his company’s proprietary technology promotes the PHA Campus Initiatives. “Gotcha Bike is committed to helping make college campuses healthier every day. We understand that we have to make it easy, safe and convenient for people to make the right choices,” says Flood.

Gotcha Bike’s first bike share program — the Auburn University War Eagle Bike Share — launched in February of 2016. That community has already traveled 53,000 miles, burned 2.1 million calories on Gotcha Bikes, and reduced their carbon emission output by 43,000 pounds.

Gotcha Bike will exhibit throughout the Summit located at the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel, 999 9th Street, NW, Washington, D.C. For more information on Gotcha Bike, please visit http://gotchabike.com. Learn more about Partnership for a Healthier America at http://ahealthieramerica.org.

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ABOUT GOTCHA BIKE
Gotcha Bike provides bike share programs at 20 college, residential and corporate campuses across the U.S. In many markets, the bike share unites riders with national brands that underwrite the service. Durability features of the specially made bikes include a lightweight and rustproof aluminum frame, waterproof Kevlar seats and puncture-resistant tires, which offer a maintenance-free smart bike.

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