Saturday, March 9, 2013

Re-Cyclery Partners with Marinwood Market & Today's Bouquet

Pop-Up Flower Shop by Today's Bouquet at Marinwood Market
March 9 - 30, 2013

A whimsical old vintage bike circa 1950's, announces the Spring launch of the Pop-Up Flower Shop by Today's Bouquet at Marinwood Market. Our friends at the Re-Cyclery generously lent the antique bike to raise visibility of their non-profit Trips for Kids, and their bike thrift store in San Rafael on 4th Street. The Re-Cyclery keeps bikes out of landfills and compliments our use and philosophy of re-using old things for our flower arrangements; so Re-Cyclery is a treffic new partner.

Marinwood Market and Today's Bouquet are delight to partner with the Re-Cyclery!  This Spring bike-on down to Marinwood Market and our Pop-Up Flower Shop

The Re-Cyclery Thrift Shop is located in San Rafael’s downtown business district and is a center for affordable bicycle transportation. The shop sells an array of bikes, parts and accessories donated by individuals, shops and manufacturers. As needed, their mechanics assemble, refurbish, and breathe new life into the donated bikes and parts.

Sales at +Re-Cyclery raise funds that support the work of Trips for Kids, a nationwide nonprofit program with 45 independent chapters serving over 5000 disadvantaged youth each year. Trips for Kids provides mountain bike outings, job training and environmental education for youth that would not otherwise have these opportunities. Their programs combine lessons in personal responsibility, achievement, and environmental awareness through development of practical skills and the simple act of having fun.

For great deals on new and used bikes for kids and adults, bike parts and accessories you can’t find anywhere else, and new cycling clothes at low prices, visit Re-Cyclery at 610 4th Street in San Rafael. By shopping at or donating toRe-Cyclery you help the kids, the community, and the environment!

Trips For Kids was founded by director Marilyn Price in 1988. Dozens of chapters have opened up across the United States and Canada ever since, and there's also a chapter in Israel.

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