United Way Bike for Change
Contact: Stephanie LaBella
Cell Phone: 608/320-2544
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE MADISON CONCOURSE HOTEL BIKE FOR CHANGE
General Manager, Stephen Zanoni, Rides Stationary Bike in Hotel Lobby to Raise Money for Dane County Community with United Way.
In the past year, Dane County has faced the unprecedented challenges of the difficult economic environment, which has affected everyone in our community. The United Way of Dane County has worked with members of the community to create the Agenda for Change in an effort to make life better for all of us.
As part of the United Way Capital Campaign, The Madison Concourse Hotel General Manager, Stephen Zanoni, along with other hotel managers, will be riding a stationary bike in the lobby of the hotel from 11am – 2pm on Monday, October 12, 2009. A minimum donation of $2.00 will have Mr. Zanoni ride for 1 minute. 100% of all donations will go to the United Way and will be matched by The Madison Concourse Hotel.
The Madison Concourse Hotel and Governor’s Club has been Madison’s premier hotel since 1974. We believe in giving back to our community through volunteer work and planned giving. The Madison Concourse Hotel is independently owned and operated.
United Way’s Community Agenda for change
—- Students of color achieve at the same rate as white students.
—- Children are cared for and have fun as they become prepared for school.
—- People’s health issues are indentified and treated early.
—- There is a decrease in homelessness.
—- Seniors and people with disabilities are able to stay in their homes.
—- There is a reduction in violence toward individuals and families.
—- Non-profit agencies and volunteers are strong partners in achieving measurable results.