Fri, Jul 5, 2013 | by aparrottShare
We have added eight new exhibitors to the RAGBRAI XLI Expo lineup, there will be lots to check out when you get to Council Bluffs on Saturday, July 20!
- Camelbak LLC
Hydration packs and bottles
Web site: www.camelbak.com
- Glassisum Designs
Bicycle inspired stained glass panels and sculptures
Web site: www.glassisumdesigns.com
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- Liberty Mutual Insurance
Full line of personal insurance products including Auto, Home, Renters, Boat, ATV, Golf Carts, Life and Annuities
Web site: www.libertymutual.com
- Light & Motion
Light and Motion builds lights in California for 300 feet below the water to climbing the tallest mountains.
Web site: www.lightandmotion.com
- ManKind Project USA
The ManKind Project builds and supports emotionally intelligent, awake, accountable, and compassionate male role models and leaders. Our vision is better communities and a better world for the next generations. Non-profit 501c3, Non-religious training and educational organization for evolving men.
Web site: www.mkpusa.org
- Mellow Johnny’s Bike Shop
In the heart of downtown Austin, Mellow Johnny’s Bike Shop is more than a retail box, it’s a hub of cycling life, commuting, social activity, fitness, and a temple of two-wheeled living. To serve the bike community is our job, but to introduce people to a bike life is our mission.
Web site: www.mellowjohnnys.com
- Noodles and Company
Noodles & Company offers the world’s favorite noodle dishes, sandwiches, salads and soups, all in one restaurant.
Web site: www.noodles.com
For the entire listing of RAGBRAI XLI exhibitors, visit: http://ragbrai.com/expo-2/expo-exhibitors/
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