Huffines Communities Now A Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Business

August 9, 2018 FILED UNDER:

Huffines Communities is now a League of American Bicyclists recognized Bronze level Bicycle Friendly Business (BFB)!

On August 7, 2018, Huffines joined a cutting-edge group of 1,250 local businesses, government agencies, and Fortune 500 companies across the United States that are transforming the American workplace.

“Business owners and workers across the country are looking for simple, straightforward ways to build their companies, do right by their workers and customers, and contribute positively to their local communities,” says Executive Director Bill Nesper of the League of American Bicyclists. “Boosting participation in bicycling achieves all of that and more, and BFBs such as Huffines Communities are wonderful models of that success. We congratulate this latest class of business leaders for recognizing that one of the oldest and easiest forms of transportation still generates significant economic and societal rewards today.”

BFB requirements identify incentives, programming, and amenities proven to enable and inspire more people to ride bikes. Among those offered by Huffines Communities are staff education, master trail planning, and sponsorships for community bike activities. In addition, we offer secure bicycle parking for both employees and guests and actively participate in bike to work month.

“We are very excited to be the first certified BFB in the Dallas Preston Center area! Huffines Communities is very proud of our Bronze level award. We look forward to recruiting other businesses in the immediate area in raising awareness for cycling. We at Huffines will continue to build on our cycling infrastructure in order to grow in the BFB award rankings,” said Colin Huffines, Project Manager and primary cycling advocate at Huffines Communities.

Learn more about the League’s Bicycle Friendly Business program at bikeleague.org/business.

 

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