Thursday, January 3, 2013

Featured Post: Alpine Pedaler

Length of time you’ve been in business: 15 months

Why did you get into your industry? What is your goal/mission?
Heidi and I have always had an entrepreneurial spirit. When we were back in WI visiting family, we saw one of these “bar bikes,” driving down the street in Milwaukee, with all it’s riders having a great time. We both immediately saw the potential for Flagstaff and the great fit this would be in our downtown.
Mission : To provide a safe, fun and profitable interactive tour of Flagstaff using a human powered 14 passenger “trolley-bike”

Your specialty – the reason people choose you: We are one of a kind

Your favorite part about doing business in Flagstaff: The people we meet both as riders and owners of other business in Flagstaff. We love Flagstaff, and seeing the Pedaler bring thousands of dollars to the local restaurants and bars gives us a great sense of community.

Who is your favorite local non-profit or charitable organization? Why?
Flagstaff Shelter Services. Both Heidi and I are in professions where we see first hand the need for services for the homeless here in Flagstaff. FSS is a well-run and dynamic organization working to fill those needs.

Do you have any special events coming up? What are they? Beer week at Mother Road Brewery where the Alpine Pedaler Ale will be available and there will be free Pedaler rides. Feb 19th 6pm

Are you hiring? We do anticipate hiring addition drivers starting in March 2013

Your address and business hours: Pedaler home is at Mother Road Brewery 7 S. Mikes Pike
Business address is 2006 N. Crescent Dr

Twitter: @alpinepedaler

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