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The Bicycle Friendly Business Awards are back!

After a short hiatus (usually these awards would’ve been given out last winter), the City of Toronto’s Bicycle Friendly Business Awards (BFBA) are back, and they’re accepting nominations for the next 2 months:

Nominations are now being accepted for the BFBAs. The last day for BFBA submissions is September 12, 2011. This year awards will be handed out at the Toronto Bike Awards taking place at the Gladstone Hotel on September 26th, 2011.

Please take the time to  nominate and encourage others to nominate your business or organization, or another  business or organization that helps to encourage cycling in our city . By supporting this cycling friendly initiative, you will help to encourage other businesses to follow suit.

Fill out a nomination form online at toronto.ca/cycling/bfba or receive a nomination form by calling 416-338-5086.

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