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Public Bikes Hosting Grand Opening Party Next Saturday

Photo: Jared Schwartz/Hoodline
By Jared Schwartz - Published on July 05, 2014.
Mark your calendars for next Saturday, because we have an opportunity for you to win a free bike.

After building out the store, moving all its inventory from multiple locations, and a soft opening in May, Public Bikes is ready to make its Hayes Valley debut official with a big party.

The flagship store at 549 Hayes Street is hosting a Grand Opening party next Saturday, July 12, from 11am-3pm. The party will take place both in the store and immediately outside on the sidewalk and the two parking spaces Public has reserved on Hayes Street. 

Along with food, drinks, a photo booth, in-store deals, and prizes from local merchants, Public is hosting a raffle that could win you a free bike worth $679. The big winner will get either a Public V7i or Public C7i in the color of his or her choosing. Proceeds from raffle tickets go to the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. 

The first 100 people who RSVP and show up will receive a free Public tote bag too. You can RSVP via Public's Facebook page
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