Business Members and Sponsors
Local Motion's business members and sponsors support our work for many reasons. Some have many employees who bike to work and want to encourage and support them. Others see a vibrant, walkable community as a great way to bring more customers in the door. Still others are competing on the national scene to attract top talent, and know that a walkable, bikeable community is one of the things that people who can get a job anywhere are looking for. And all of them recognize that Local Motion's visibility and reach are an asset for any business that is looking to make its mark in Vermont.
If any of these reasons ring true for your business, please consider joining us! Business memberships start at just $250 per year, and sponsorship opportunities for specific Local Motion programs are available at the $1,000 level and up. And we welcome donations at any level from businesses that simply want to support a walkable, bikeable Vermont.
Local Motion's major business members and sponsors are listed below. More info coming soon on what these amazing businesses are doing to support Local Motion's work! Please give them your thanks for their commitment to making Vermont a great place to walk and bike. Also coming soon: a directory of all Local Motion's business members. Stay tuned!
Skirack's main goal is to provide the finest outdoor goods and services. It is the home for all things self propelled- bikes, cross country skis, snowshoes, inline skates, running shoes, kayaks, and the respective clothing and accessories. They are here to help us to enjoy the sports that they enjoy, and have a friendly, fun, and welcoming environment for all.
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Burton has served a pivotal role in the growth of the snowboard industry since day one. Everything they do there started in the mountains, from getting the most out of every journey outdoors to chasing snow around the globe. Their connection to the environment is seamless, and sustainability has become a part of all their products as they strive to preserve their playground for generations to come.
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The Burlington Town Center is the primary downtown shopping attraction for locals and tourists alike. From bigger brand name stores to smaller boutiques, everyone can find somewhere to browse, or to simply grab a bite and relax at one of the spas. They strive to make Burlington a vibrant and inviting community for all.
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Hotel Vermont strives to provide a rustic and modern lodging experience while exhibiting the Vermonters' tendency of being independent, together. Located in downtown Burlington on the shores of Lake Champlain, they help you explore like a local, relax like it's your job, and soak in every detail. From farm fresh food to local beer and glorious sunsets across the lake, they will help you discover and enjoy this beautiful state.
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Dealer.com is an automotive company inspired by technology to make the car buying process better, faster, and simpler. They not only changed the digital face of the industry, but looked inward to create an innovative, healthy, and expressive work environment. This now 800-person strong company serving 40 percent of the auto-industry's marketing needs is made possible through a culture rich in openness, wellness, development, and community engagement.
Solidarity of unbridled labor is a brand-design practice. They utilize collaborative processes to conceptualize and realize design ideas that help guide and create culture and positive change within it. Led by the deeply held belief that brands are living things, they partner with progressively mindful companies and their leaders to bring strategically informed design across all platforms.
visit solidarity's website
Redstone is Vermont's leader in commercial real estate. The company has three divisions: development, brokerage, and property management. Their team is actively involved in the local community, and many are serving on boards, organizing charity events, mentoring, and more. Redstone's commitment to the community and foresight to build relationships across all sectors has become part of the company's mission and philosophy.
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The Hilton Hotel in Burlington is just one of the over 550 locations in six continents that provide an authentic and contemporary experience for guests worldwide. The Hilton and its team members support global sustainability and are always looking for ways to reduce their impact. They are also active participants in their communities, volunteering in over 1,500 global community projects as part of their Global Month of Service every year.
visit hilton burlington's website
The Skinny Pancake is a Vermont creperie that utilizes all local ingredients to be as sustainable an environment as possible. They are on a mission to change the world by building a safer, healthier, and more delicious food shed while creating everyday enjoyment that is fun and affordable. They love Vermont and want to share its bounty with friendly service in an authentic and fun atmosphere.
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Seventh Generation is a Vermont company that formulates plant-based products that are safe and healthy solutions for the community. They are always evaluating how to reduce their environmental impact and create a more sustainable supply chain. They believe it is their responsibility to set a course for a more mindful way of doing business, where companies act as partners with other stakeholders to create a brighter future for the whole planet.
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