PHILADELPHIA (November 10, 2015)– Marc Brownstein will strut his stuff on the catwalk for a good cause on November 19, as the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia hosts their annual Gala at the National Museum of American Jewish History. The Gala will help to raise money for Cadence Youth Cycling, the Coalition’s youth cycling program which fosters healthy habits, independence, and leadership through the sport of competitive cycling.
Beginning at 7:00 pm, the fundraiser will feature cocktails, dinner, auctions, a fashion show and special honors to Mayor Michael Nutter and Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Connor Barwin, both of whom have had a tremendous impact on Philadelphia bicycling.
Brownstein and a host of professional athletes, local celebrities, businesspeople, bicycling advocates and leaders across the Greater Philadelphia region will walk the runway showcasing bicycle clothing and gear. Fashion Show models include:
Retired as winningest female cyclist in U.S. history
CEO – Fuji Bicycles
CEO – Brownstein Group
CEO – Philadelphia Academies
Retired Pro Cyclist and Founder of Cadence Youth Cycling
Mary Frances Fogg
Director, Redevelopment Authority
Founder, CEO – Gentry and Rose
Philadelphia Water Dept: Lecturer, University of Pennsylvania
Founder of Women Bike PHL
CEO – I Heart PHL, Founder and President of The Walnut Club
For more information on the event and to buy tickets, visit www.bicyclecoalition.org.