Registration Fee: $65 covers the cost of the conference and lunch
Stephanie Genuardi is the Marketing Communications Manager at Advanced Sports International (ASI), parent company of cycling brands Fuji, SE, Kestrel, Breezer, and Oval Concepts. Over the past four years, she’s helped to significantly grow ASI’s brands – both locally and across the globe. Since taking over the Fuji Facebook page in August of 2011, the page boasts 50,000 new fans. She’s also managed three recent product launches that have dramatically elevated the Fuji and Breezer brands – formulating the messaging, directing video and website production, writing press releases, providing direction for collateral, and overseeing the launch events. With a background in journalism, Stephanie also coordinates editorial reviews and product placement opportunities, produces sponsored athlete content, and oversees all brand communication.
Jim Sayer is the executive director of Adventure Cycling Association. Their mission is to inspire and empower people to travel by bicycle and is the premier bicycle-travel organization in North America with more than 35 years of experience and 47,500 members. They produce bike -friendly routes and maps which cover over 42,000 miles for the Adventure Cycling Route Network. In addition, they lead over 100 bike tours and instructional courses each year. Adventure Cycling produces the award-winning Adventure Cyclists magazine and uses the proceeds from tours, map sales, membership and donations to advocate for better biking and bike travel in North America
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9:00 am Welcome with Mayor Nutter's office
9:30 - 10:30 am Keynote - Economic Impact & Advocacy
10:45 - 11:30 am Session 1- Marketing without a Budget
11:45-12:30 pm Session 2-Connecting with Bicycle Tour Companies & Businesses; Trends in Bicycle Tourism
12:30 - 1:30 pm Lunch and Vendor Visit Pedaling.com!
1:30 - 2:30 pm Session 2 - Risk Management
2:45 - 4:00 pm Session 3 - Event Logistics and Fundraising Models
**session topics and schedule may change**
Pedaling.com held our inaugural Bicycle Event Directors Conference in New England in March 2014. The participants and speakers benefitted from the sessions and meeting one another.
"I thought your conference was a success. I found it very informative and it was nice to bounce information around with other directors. It also gave everyone an opportunity to do some networking. The things I found interesting were the different opinions of the directors on how much to chaarge and if there should be fundraising minimums. Also, the first speaker was very good with lots of info."
" I thought the conference was terrific. Your choice of speakers was excellent and I liked that you kept the meeting moving. You covered a great variety of topics which made it interesting and the material was probably relevant to everyone in attendance."
"I think you did a wonderful job pulling this convference together. All the speakers were worthwhile and I learned something at each session. I look forward to putting bike riding practices that Richaard spoke of into practice."
"Overall, great job and well worth it - you did a really nice job moving the agenda on in a very professional and friendly way - thanks for that!!"
"I enjoyed it and found it quite beneficial. We are only in our second year and came away feeling we were mostly doing the right things."
"Thanks so much for hosting the conference. I found learning about risk management the most useful. Most parts of planning an event are fun and exciting, but there's also the reality that we have an obligation to make sure the participants are safe and our organization is protecting"