ChicagoJobs.com is very proud to be sponsoring Mayor Daley's Bike to Work Rally
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 23, 2008
ChicagoJobs.com, the premier local job board throughout the Chicagoland area, is pleased to announce the sponsorship of Mayor Daley's Bike to Work Rally, as part of Bike Chicago 2008.
"ChicagoJobs.com is very proud to be sponsoring Mayor Daley's Bike to Work Rally," says Mike Temkin, VP of Marketing at ChicagoJobs.com.
In the spirit of helping the City of Chicago to remain a top bicycle-friendly city and continue to encourage commuters to choose an alternative means of transportation to and from work, ChicagoJobs.com is raffling off a Trek mountain bike at Mayor Daley's Bike to Work Rally on Friday, June 13th.
"This new addition to the Bike Chicago 2008 program supports a concept which we strongly endorse; the use of Chicago's bike lanes and bike paths as a viable form of transportation to and from work," Temkin continued.
Bike Chicago offers more than 100 events between May and September throughout Chicago neighborhoods.
For more information and to register to win the Trek mountain bike, please visit http://www.chicagojobs.com/biketowork.
About the Bike Chicago
Bike Chicago 2008 is presented by the Mayor's Office of Special Events and Chase in cooperation with ChicagoJobs.com, Goose Island, Blue Cross Blue Shield, SRAM, Bally Total Fitness, NBC 5, 93XRT, Time Out Chicago, Hinckley Springs, Whole Foods, the Chicago Department of Transportation, Chicago Park District, Chicagoland Bicycle Federation, Chicago Police Department and the Messenger Service Association of Illinois.
With the area's most prominent newspapers as its engine, the ChicagoJobs.com network of affiliate newspapers provides unmatched local coverage, enhanced services, and consolidated information to area employers and prospective employees. The ChicagoJobs.com network includes: The Beacon News, Chicago Reader, The Chicago Sun-Times, The Courier News, The Doings, The Herald News, The Naperville Sun, The News-Sun, Pioneer Press, The Post-Tribune, and The SouthtownStar.