Price Family Properties Hosts Downtown Deco Bike Challenge to Benefit Tulsa Area United Way
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Price Family Properties Hosts Downtown Deco Bike Challenge to Benefit Tulsa Area United Way

Price Family Properties Hosts Downtown Deco Bike Challenge to Benefit Tulsa Area United Way

WHO: Price Family Properties (PFP) is one of downtown Tulsa’s largest property owners and hosts various restaurants and retailers. PFP wants you to take part in their Downtown Deco Bike Challenge and support small businesses while checking out the new bike lanes installed in the Deco District.

For each person who rides their bike or walks to the parking lot with balloon arches at 6th& Main PFP will donate $100 to the Tulsa Area United Way. The property management group has agreed to donate up to $100,000. 

WHAT: Did you know bike lanes throughout the city lead to downtown Tulsa? Residents can commute to downtown safely using more than 100 paved miles of bike paths and trails across the Tulsa Metro. Participate in the Downtown Deco Bike Challenge by riding your bike or walking downtown to support the local businesses in Deco District. 

Here is how you can participate:

  • Walk or bike to 6th& Main, go through the balloon arch and Price Family Properties will donate $100 to the Tulsa Area United Way. 
  • Pick up a raffle ticket, once you fill out with your name and phone number, drop if off at any of the participating businesses. A complete list of participating businesses will be listed on the raffle card. 
  • The first 20 people each hour to go under the balloon arch will receive a free coffee from Topeca. 

This event will abide by social distancing guidelines to ensure the safety of everyone participating. All participants must abide by traffic laws and regulations. 

WHERE: 6th& Main 

               Downtown Tulsa

WHEN: Saturday, November 14

              8 a.m. – 12:30p.m.

WHY: This is an opportunity to learn about the bike lanes that stretch from each corner of Tulsa and land in downtown Tulsa. Because PFP is leveraging this event as a donation for the Tulsa Area United Way, the organization is hoping the community takes charge of their health while giving back to the community. The Downtown Deco Bike Challenge will showcase downtown Tulsa businesses such as Eerie Abbey Ales, Topeca Coffee, and Lassalle’s. 

COVERAGE: There will be interview opportunities with representatives from Price Family Properties as well as Tulsa Area United Way. In addition, there will be opportunities for B-roll of Tulsans walking and biking downtown and vendors set up showcasing their downtown business. 

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