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PUBLIC Bikes Wants To Take Pictures Of Your Dog

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By Jared Schwartz - Published on June 17, 2014.
PUBLIC Bikes is hosting a special event this week for all you dog owners out there. 
Taking place at their new store on Hayes Street, the PUBLIC Pooch Photo Shoot is an opportunity for you to get some photos of your dog posing with a bike. We imagine your pup will be wheelie excited about this too.

If you bring your dog and bike (any brand), PUBLIC will provide everything else: a photographer, backdrop, pet treats, and a demo bike if you don't have access to one either. Beverly Ulbrich, the Pooch Coach, will be in the store to help get a smile out of your dog if things get ruff. 


(Photo: PUBLIC Bikes)

All participants get to walk away with a few digital portraits from the shoot. In addition, PUBLIC will share the pictures on their social media platforms and put them up on a screen in the newly opened store. 

Think your dog is ready for its close up? Email PUBLIC at rsvp { at } publicbikes { dot } com and let them know which day you will attend: Friday, June 20 (5pm-7pm) or Sunday, June 22 (10am-1pm). 

If for any reason you can't make it but want to send them pictures of your dog on a bike, you can share them on Facebook or Instagram and tag @publicbikes in your post. 
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