Thursday, November 13, 2008

Still in the News

Its been a while since the conventions selected their respective nominees and now even the election is over. But freewheelin lives on and people are still buzzing about bikesharing in America. One great example is this post by David at The David Report. Freewheelin hasn't gone away forever though, we're still working with Mayors, University Chancellors, CEOs, and more to bring sustainable bikesharing to the rest of the country. Denver is enjoying their legacy system and we're talking to other cities about installing pilot programs. Updates will continue to flow at www.freewheelinwaytogo.com/community, and as we build this movement we welcome your comments and questions. Feel free to email us or comment on these posts and we'll get back to you soon. Subscribe to our twitter page, watch our YouTube videos, and get a feel for what the freewheelin experience is. Until next time.

2 comments:

Lara Glew said...

lara.glew@lara-glew.com

Lara Glew said...

Hi,

My name is Lara Glew. I've just visited your site and I was wondering if you'd be interested in exchanging links with my website. I can offer you a home page link back from my Recycling website which would be (http://www.ekamo.org/) Page Rank 2

Your link will be placed here:
http://www.ekamo.org/ PR2 (It`s a recycling website)

As mentioned, your link would be placed on the site home page, not on any "links" pages which may be buried in the site somewhere.

If you are interested please add the following information to your website and kindly let me know when it´s ready and I will do the same for you in less than 24 hours, otherwise you can delete my link from your site.

TITLE: Recycling
URL: http://www.snaffleup.co.uk
DESCRIPTION: SnaffleUp The recycling web site designed to keep useful items out of landfill.

Or you can use the following html code:

Recycling Site - SnaffleUp The recycling web site designed to keep useful items out of landfill.

I hope you have a nice day and thank you for your time,

Lara Glew

lara.glew@lara-glew.com

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