KENT, Wash. (April 1, 2013)— Raleigh Bicycles and Lifeboat Events want to send five lucky retail buyers to Bike DealerCamp 2013 in Park City, Utah, from July 25-27. In its fourth year, DealerCamp, one of the premier annual summer cycling events produced by Lifeboat Events, offers an exclusive experiential buying opportunity showcasing 2014 bikes and accessories.So, how do you win?
Retail buyers who register to attend DealerCamp today through April 31will be eligible to win free travel and accommodations to the event, compliments of Raleigh Bicycles and Lifeboat Events. One buyer from five different retail businesses will be randomly selected. Registration can be found online at: www.bikedealercamp.com.
“We encourage any and all retail
buyers to register for DealerCamp this month and take advantage of this great
opportunity to attend free of charge,” said Chris Speyer, Executive Vice
President of Product and Marketing at Raleigh America, Inc. “Not only will buyers
have the chance to demo hundreds of products from dozens of brands, but they
will also experience Raleigh’s third annual Midsummer Night's Cyclocross Race
and Ride2Recovery Honor Ride events at DealerCamp.”
At DealerCamp, Raleigh will be displaying its 2014 bike line. The brand offers a broad spectrum of bicycles including road, mountain, cyclocross, and commuter for all ages and abilities.
For more about DealerCamp 2013 visit: www.bikedealercamp.com and register online.
About Raleigh Bicycles:
Raleigh Bicycles offers a broad spectrum of bicycles including road, mountain, cyclocross, and commuter for all ages and abilities. Raleigh focuses on supporting the commuter, the family and local cycling, and partners with numerous non-profits around the U.S. each year to help grow the sport, including Ride2Recovery. Raleigh also sponsors Raleigh UK and Raleigh/Clement competitive cycling teams.
About Lifeboat Events:
Led by industry veterans Lance Camisasca and Chad Battistone, Lifeboat Events hosts PressCamp and DealerCamp, two trend-setting events for the bicycling industry.