Sponsors and Partners

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2016 Disaster Relief Trials Sponsors

G&O_colorLogoInspired to help families become less car-dependent and to share the fun of bicycling with children, Davey and Tyler opened G&O Family Cyclery in October 2015, a bike shop that specializes in cargo and family bikes. link map
ElectricLadyFINAL2bigWe cater to moms with duct-taped Burley trailers with their kids inside on their way to Montessori school. People who ride in the rain, in the snow, it’s those people. Then it radiates out from there. If you were going to make a tree, the trunk of the tree is them. We’re super practical commuter people, me included. link map
Seattlebikeblog
Seattle Bike Blog is pedal-powered news and opinion in Seattle, Washington. We are independent journalists working to promote the use of bicycles as transportation.
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sdot_translationsSeattle is using our streets to provide safe, affordable travel choices and create great places that encourage people to get out and enjoy streets on foot or by bike. In doing so, we reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve the health of or residents and make it comfortable for people of all abilities from our 5-year old kids to our 80-year old grandparents to move around. link
Cascade Bicycle ClubCascade Bicycle Club, the nation’s largest locally based bicycle organization, is 15,000 members and 36 staff strong, and serves bike riders of all ages and abilities throughout the Puget Sound region. link map
For nearly two decades, we’ve worked to build sustainable communities by educating youth and promoting bicycling. link map
logo_black_cmyk.jpg Timbuk2 established in San Francisco designs and manufactures custom bags. Timbuk2 Seattle has generously donated bags for this year’s event. link map
Xtracycle-Logo-with-line.jpgXtracycle has helped to ignite a cargo revolution by designing bikes that have transformed our transportation options. This year Xtracycle has generously donated a Leap to the Seattle DRT link
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Aaron’s Bicycle Repair in White Center.

 

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Screen Shot 2016-08-01 at 5.50.16 PM.pngNo Spandex Required: Shirley’s bike blog where she tries to bike in Seattle and not die. link

 

2016 Disaster Relief Trials Partners

Familybike Seattle is the organizer of Seattle Disaster Relief Trials. Familybike Seattle is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit that decreases barriers to bicycling for families of all income levels. We at Familybike Seattle believe that biking as a family increases our individual, family, and societal quality of life, while at the same time moving toward sustainable lifestyles and communities. link
sumparklogo300Seattle Summer Parkways are new, free, all-ages events that open up the city’s largest public space – our streets—for you, your friends, family and neighbors to have fun, celebrate the spirit & personality of your community, discover active healthy transportation, support local businesses and explore your city – car-free and care-free. link map
The mission of Seattle Neighborhood Greenways is to be an active partner with the City of Seattle to identify, advocate for, plan, implement, and activate a linked network of safe and healthy streets for people of all ages. link map
acslogoThe Seattle Auxiliary Communications Service (ACS) provides communications support to the City of Seattle in times of disaster and emergency. ACS volunteers will provide the communications backbone of the Disaster Relief Trails, just as they would in a real disaster. link
The Seattle Emergency Hub groups educate and organize people in their neighborhood about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area. Volunteers and community members can assist others in their neighborhood or workplace following an event when professional responders are not immediately available to help by taking a more active role in emergency preparedness projects in their community. link map
mrc_logoThe Public Health Reserve Corps (PHRC) is a group of local medical and non-medical workers who can augment Public Health as volunteers during a public health emergency or disaster. link
habitat logo Families left homeless by natural disasters, war and civil unrest often face dire housing situations as they struggle to rebuild their lives. We provide shelter and housing assistance to help these families recover. link map

Sponsorship Prospectus

Are you an organization that would like to put your message in front of thousands of active Seattleites? Let us know, we’d love to have you involved!

Please contact us at info@seattleDRT.org for more information about sponsoring the Disaster Relief Trails. Sponsorship and donation dollars are fully tax deductible. All donors will receive tax deducible documentation with our nonprofit EIN number.

Why Sponsor?

  • Community Involvement and Giving Back. Organizations that get involved with local events will be sending a message to the attendees that they are genuinely interested in providing support. Companies that show generosity for a cause will spark more human interest and appeal to the audience.
  • Create, Develop and Enhance Credibility. Companies in general have few opportunities to build trust and establish rapport with their customers and prospects. Getting involved with an event and being seen as dependable and supportive will accelerate the process. Attending an event is important but standing out in the crowd by being a sponsor will highlight you and your business directly to your market.
  • Online Visibility. Sponsors who desire exposure will be listed on this website before, during and after the event. Your listing will consist of your logo and a link to your site.
  • Visibility in print and during announcements. Platinum and Chrome Moly level sponsors will be personally thanked at the starting and end of the event as well as being highlighted in the program and cue sheets.
  • Because it’s a really exciting event with lots of visibility.

Sponsorship Levels:

Support level: Supporter Bronze Chrome-Moly Titanium
Cost: $25 $75 $125 $250
Text listing on
sponsor site
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One year use of
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Recognition in
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Recognition in 3
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Logo in printed
program and
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Public shout
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Available Signature Sponsorship Opportunities:

  1. T-shirt printing ($500)
  2. Blankets ($400, to be donated to a homeless shelter after the event)
  3. Water and food for volunteers ($200)
  4. Emergency food (cargo, $300)
  5. Programs ($150)
  6. Prize Medals ($150)
  7. Bags of Rice ($50, to be donated to food bank after the event)

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2015 Disaster Relief Trials Sponsors

Titanium

G&O_colorLogoInspired to help families become less car-dependent and to share the fun of bicycling with children, Davey and Tyler opened G&O Family Cyclery in October, a bike shop that specializes in cargo and family bikes. link map
RB_ShieldRide Bicycles is a new bicycle specialty store, offering retail sales of new bicycles, parts and accessories, and an extensive maintenance and repair service shop. It is located in a the Roosevelt neighborhood that consists of commuters, university students and families. Our mission is to support the Seattle community and encourage people to ride bicycles for every day commuting and recreation. link map
ElectricLadyFINAL2bigWe cater to moms with duct-taped Burley trailers with their kids inside on their way to Montessori school. People who ride in the rain, in the snow, it’s those people. Then it radiates out from there. If you were going to make a tree, the trunk of the tree is them. We’re super practical commuter people, me included. link map
Seattlebikeblog
Seattle Bike Blog is pedal-powered news and opinion in Seattle, Washington. We are independent journalists working to promote the use of bicycles as transportation.
link
sdot_translationsSeattle is using our streets to provide safe, affordable travel choices and create great places that encourage people to get out and enjoy streets on foot or by bike. In doing so, we reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve the health of or residents and make it comfortable for people of all abilities from our 5-year old kids to our 80-year old grandparents to move around. link
For nearly two decades, we’ve worked to build sustainable communities by educating youth and promoting bicycling. link map
I am equipped to do many aspects of machining and fabrication. Services include milling, turning, bending, forming, TIG welding, MIG welding, and brazing. I am especially familiar with bicycle-related technology, and have built everything from supersized water bottle cages to 8-person pedal-powered parade floats. Contact me with any metalworking or bicycle-related project ideas you have. link map
The mission of Seattle Neighborhood Greenways is to be an active partner with the City of Seattle to identify, advocate for, plan, implement, and activate a linked network of safe and healthy streets for people of all ages. link map
Cascade Bicycle ClubCascade Bicycle Club, the nation’s largest locally based bicycle organization, is 15,000 members and 36 staff strong, and serves bike riders of all ages and abilities throughout the Puget Sound region. link map
Seattle Department of Neighborhoods works to bring government closer to the residents of Seattle by engaging them in civic participation; helping them become empowered to make positive contributions to their communities; and by involving more of Seattle’s underrepresented residents, including communities of color and immigrants, in civic discourse and opportunities. link map

Bronze

shirleyNo Spandex Required blog author Shirley Savel. Blogging about a Jew biking Seattle, Washington link

 

Signature Sponsors

Partners for 2015

mpccThe mission and purpose of the Madison Park Community Council is to serve the communities and protect and enhance the natural and man-made beauty, quality, amenity and environment of: Madison Park, Washington Park, Broadmoor, Canterbury, and Denny Blaine. link map
acslogoThe Seattle Auxiliary Communications Service (ACS) provides communications support to the City of Seattle in times of disaster and emergency. ACS volunteers will provide the communications backbone of the Disaster Relief Trails, just as they would in a real disaster. link
don-logo-smallSeattle Department of Neighborhoods works to bring government closer to the residents of Seattle by engaging them in civic participation; helping them become empowered to make positive contributions to their communities; and by involving more of Seattle’s underrepresented residents, including communities of color and immigrants, in civic discourse and opportunities. link map
mrc_logoThe Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a national network of volunteers, organized locally to improve the health and safety of their communities. The MRC network comprises 996 community-based units and over 200,000 volunteers located throughout the United States and its territories. link
Bikery-logoWe are an all-volunteer run, non-profit community bike project located in Seattle, in Hiawatha Place Art Lofts. We are here to provide the tools and resources to help you learn about your bike and fix it yourself. We strive to create an inviting framework to engage people from all backgrounds regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, class, age, or ability. Together we can define and implement our vision of community and bicycle culture. link map
Seattle Office of Emergency Management. ALERTseattle_230x230We partner with the community to prepare for, respond to, mitigate the impacts of, and recover from disasters. link map
Rainer_Beach-Logo-websiteThe mission of Rainier Beach Community Club is to enhance and maintain the quality of life for residents of the Rainier Beach Community through civic, service and community building activities. link map
habitat logo Families left homeless by natural disasters, war and civil unrest often face dire housing situations as they struggle to rebuild their lives. We provide shelter and housing assistance to help these families recover. link map
BabywearingBabywearing International, Inc. (BWI) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to promote babywearing as a universally accepted practice, with benefits for both child and caregiver, through education and support. The heart of BWI is our network of local chapters which provide free educational meetings and support within their own communities. link
The P-Patch Community Gardening Program, a program of the City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, oversees 88 P-Patches distributed throughout the city. link map
sumparklogo300Seattle Summer Parkways are new, free, all-ages events that open up the city’s largest public space – our streets—for you, your friends, family and neighbors to have fun, celebrate the spirit & personality of your community, discover active healthy transportation, support local businesses and explore your city – car-free and care-free. link map

2013 partners and sponsors:

DRT partners and sponsors

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