Tribe Mgmt Celebrates Community With OurCityRide

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Tribe Management is pleased to announce its partnership with OurCityRide – a celebration of the spirit of local communities through a non-competitive all-inclusive mass participation bike ride and festival in Vancouver on August 18, 2018.

“We are big supporters of community-building here at Tribe Management. So much so, that it is built into everything we do here at Tribe with our tagline ‘Community Management with Heart’,” says Fiona Therrien, VP Management Services.

The family-friendly, all ages cycling event starts at David Lam Park in Yaletown with the festival taking place from 1-8pm and the ride starting at 5pm. The 17-km cycling route winds through downtown Vancouver and Stanley Park and returns to David Lam Park.

“We love that OurCityRide, and its local founders and organizer, 365 International Sports Foundation, are champions of community-building by giving back through sport,” explains Therrien.

Tribe Management will have a team participating in the ride and a sponsorship tent on-site in the park. Stop by and say hello!

Event information

To sign up for the ride or find out more about the event, please visit OurCityRide at http://ourcityride.com/. Kids under 18 register free.

More about Tribe Management

For more about Tribe and our partnership with OurCityRide please contact:

Jennifer Laidlaw
Marketing Director
604 398 4161 x 703
jennifer.laidlaw@tribemgmt.com

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