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Accelerate the sales of small, sustainably-minded local business through bike deliveries and
promotional services.

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In our thirst for the perfect job, four people from different backgrounds have come together to form Portland Pedal Power a member-managed company based on consensus decision making.

This professional, licensed and insured bicycle delivery service will help you move towards a more sustainable business model and increase your sales.

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Phone: 503-764-1415
Email: info@portlandpedalpower.com
Portland Pedal Power is a proud sponsor of the
Community Cycling Center.
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Meet the PPP Team
Bio_zach

Name
Zach Rose

Position with PPP
Rider Operator

Who you are 10 words or less?
Adventurous, cyclist, dedicated, kind and loyal.

Why are you a part of PPP?
To show the world that the bicycle can and will create a better world.

If you were an animal, what would you be?
A polar bear because they have been my favorite animal since I was little.

Where do you see bike based businesses in five years?
The first choice in local delivery, advertising and transportation.

Bio_stacy

Name
Stacy Blumberg

Position with PPP
Marketing and weekend rider

Who you are 10 words or less?
Traveler, beer enthusiast, marketing dork.

Why are you a part of PPP?
I love the PPP model- sustainable and pro-local business. Also, the team is awesome!

If you were an animal, what would you be?
I'd like to say dolphin, but to be honest, I'm probably more like a monkey.

Where do you see bike based businesses in five years?
Hopefully putting car based business out of business.

Bio_court

Name
Courtney Martin

Position with PPP
Business Development, Weekend Rider.

Who you are 10 words or less?
Type A with a sense of humor and a heart.

Why are you a part of PPP?
I am part of PPP because I believe that it is a great way to impact many facets of this community: the business model provides for sustainable employment opportunities, it encourages healthy lifestyles, and allows for a great opportunity to meet and interact with really cool people!

If you were an animal, what would you be?
I would be a hyena because I cackle.

Where do you see bike based businesses in five years?
Within five years I see bike based businesses creating "traffic-jams" over all of Portland's beautiful bridges.

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Name
Jenn Dederich

Position with PPP
Jill of all trades….Business development, marketing, dispatcher, rider.

Who you are 10 words or less?
Eternal optimistic, together we can make this world a better place.

Why are you a part of PPP?
I believe in PPP’s business model. Sustainable/Local/Consensus Based. Since I have to work, this is the type of business I want to dedicate my time to.

What was your first bike?
My first bike was a used little too big canary yellow banana bike with chopper handlebars dressed up with tassels. Oh what I wouldn’t do for an adult version of that.

Who is your favorite superhero?
Wonder Woman, hands down. She never hid her identity, no closet for my fav. She’s a 6’0 Amazon princess who was trained as a warrior. She is not only with blessed gifts such as great strength, beauty, speed and a loving heart, she also has the Lasso of Truth (you will all be truthful), the Sandals of Mercury (she can travel anywhere in seconds), magical Amazonium bracelets and an invisible jet. WW otherwise known as the former Goddess of Truth, I will personally deliver to you free any day.

Where do you see PPP in five years?
In five years, I see PPP using our business model to set up branch Pedal Power businesses in cities around the nation.

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Name
Ken Wetherell

Position with PPP
Business development & weekend rider

Who you are 10 words or less?
I'm an entrepreneur who believes in the power of collaboration.

What was your first bike?
My first bike was called a "Gaser II". A yellow and orange single speed with a banana seat on which I put a purple bumper sticker that said, "Lady Godiva Was A Streaker".

If you were an animal, what would you be?
If I could be an animal, I would be an otter.

Where do you see PPP in five years?
In five years, I see PPP in the company of other bike-enabled businesses enjoying success and basking in the glow of a city in transition from cars to bikes.