Editor Jim Price firstname.lastname@example.org
7:24 pm on Tuesday, November 20, 2012
These are the East Tosa Pioneers!
11:12 am on Wednesday, September 26, 2012
As a follow up to some of the questions posed-
The Local Sponsor of the race typically secures the course, pays for public works to deliver the barricades, and works with the police and fire to determine necessary overtime costs and safety concerns. Insurance is a modern day necessity and is held by those at risk. The Event Promoter follows up with a course cleanup crew.
Pretty typical event type stuff.
7:45 pm on Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Below are the sampled demographics of a bicyclist, and can be interpreted to represent a racing cyclist, their immediate family, and immediate friends and interested followers:
<i>Among adults who have bicycled in the past 12 months, 57 percent are male and 43 percent are female, according to Scarborough Research.
Fourteen percent are ages 18-24, 21 percent are 25-34, 24 percent are 35- 44, 21 percent are 45-54, 13 percent are 55-64, and 7 percent are 65-plus.
Sixty-seven percent have an annual household income of $50,000 or more, with 49 percent at $75,000 or more and 30 percent at $100,000 or more.</i>
These appear to be a pretty desirable demographic (middle to upper middle class) to have around for any single day- especially a Sunday.
joey, it's a big deal, and any reasonable small business owner will be able to capitalize on food, beer and tchotchke sales. I easily spent $100 on food and drinks alone last year at Downer over the entire day.
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