One last post… warrior needs food… badly… you win a cookie if you remember that video game reference…
In our last newsletter, we asked you to help us pick some routes for the PedalPub, and many of you responded with GREAT ideas! We are pleased to let you know that we have scoped out four routes in Minneapolis:
* Calhoun/Lake of the Isles
* Nordeast (Pub Crawl Route)
* Nicollet Mall
* St. Anthony Main
If you’d like to see a map of these routes, we have added them to our website. Surf to http://www.PedalPub.com to check them out.
We are still on schedule for accepting delivery of the PedalPub from the Netherlands on March 1. There’s a bike conference at the Minneapolis Convention Center on March 3, so we’re hoping that we can accomplish any “assembly” that might be necessary once it arrives, and have it on the streets that weekend for it’s grand unveiling. We’re still working on having it in the St. Patrick’s Day parade in St. Paul too, but we’ve been told it’s a “walking” parade, except for parade dignitaries. I can’t think of a better “float” for dignitaries in a St. Pat’s Day parade than a PUB ON WHEELS, so we’re still working that!
We have started this “Friends of the PedalPub” to keep you informed of our progressâ€”and in an attempt to continue to tap your amazing creativity and talent. We will probably send out an email about once every two weeks or so. If you want to be REMOVED from the list, just drop us a note and we’ll take you off. If you know anyone else who would like to get on our list, have them send an email to:
YOUR NEXT ASSIGNMENT (should you choose to accept it….):
Do you know people (or know people who know people) on the Minneapolis Park Boards? Minneapolis Police or Fire Departments? Minneapolis City Council? We want to meet with them to let them know what we plan, so that we don’t run into any bureaucratic or legal entanglements once we get on the road. If you can introduce us to any of these types, send an email to us at: INFO@PEDALPUB.COM
Al Boyce & Eric Olson, partners