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Nau Hosts Matthew Modine, Bicycle for a Day in NYC This Thursday

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Click on the image for full size view. Press release and event details after the break…

Updated: Corrected Headline to Thursday…thanks to the reader that read the release better than us.

PRESS RELEASE: Nau, the urban + outdoor apparel company defining a new value equation in beauty, performance and sustainability, is inviting New York City cyclists – from casual commuters to hardcore enthusiasts – to come spin their wheels with actor and activist Matthew Modine for an event highlighting his nonprofit, Bicycle for a Day. The event is being held on Thursday, December 2, at the Nau and Dunderdon shop, New York.

Guests are invited to enjoy cocktails, appetizers and live music with Matthew Modine and friends from Bicycle for a Day. Design Director (+ fellow bicycle enthusiast) Peter Kallen will be on hand to show the latest offerings from Nau, including bike-friendly apparel for the mobile, urban dweller. All Nau products will be available at a 20 percent discount that night.

Bicycle for a Day is a New York City-based nonprofit started by Matthew Modine with the mission of empowering individuals with tools which they can use in their everyday lives to make a measurable, tangible difference to their community, environment and personal health.

“Bicycle for a Day embodies everything that we believe in at Nau: making sustainable choices in our everyday lives,” said Kallen. “This will be a fantastic event to expose New Yorkers to their important work.”

Event Details:

When: Thursday, December 2, 2010 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

Where: Nau at Dunderdon, 25 Howard Street, New York, NY 10013

Phone: 212 226 4040

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King County
King County
13 years ago

The title says, “Friday”, while the press release says Thursday. Hmm..

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