Seattle E-Bike is Going to Paradiso!

Seattle E-bike is happy to announce that we are sponsoring Paradiso Festival this weekend! Seattle E-bike has provided USC Events, the coordinators of the event, with a fleet of iZip Zuma bikes for the weekend to help employees easily travel across the gorge and make the event a success. We have also helped to sponsor the headphones that will be used in the Paradiso Silent Disco during the festival. Seattle E-bike is extremely excited to be a sponsor of Paradiso and we will be attending to help maintain the Seattle E-bike VIP bikes. We will also have a small retail area at Paradiso, details of the display are coming soon! 

With that being said, Seattle E-bike will be open to make appointments and to allow customers to browse the bikes Thursday, June 23 and Friday, June 24.  However, the sales force that is usually available to help you will not be available for those two days. Also, Seattle E-Bike will not be showcasing our bikes in front of Starbucks headquarters on Friday, June 24 due to our attendance at the Paradiso festival.

Customers are a vital part of our operations and if we have inconvenienced you in any way or if you have any questions, please call (206) 344-8000 and we will do all that we can to accommodate you. 

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