news MCBC Members Can Shop the Mountain Hardwear Employee Store

The ever-popular perk of being an MCBC member is back! Beginning Monday, November 20, Mountain Hardwear will grant MCBC members access to their Employee Store in Richmond, CA.

All Marin County Bicycle Coalition Members have access to their Employee Store just in time for Holiday Shopping. You are invited to come check out the latest from these brands – Columbia Sportswear, SOREL, Mountain Hardwear, and Prana, at unbeatable employee pricing (40-60% below retail)!

Your invitation* begins on November 20th, 2017 and instructions for store access are located on the attached invitation. How do you receive this invitation? Join MCBC as a supporting member and we’ll email you your invitation! Already a member – you’ll receive your invitation via email shortly.

In-store assortments are from Fall 2017 product lines, so come see what they have to offer during their new extended store hours:

Monday – Friday: 11am – 8pm
Saturday & Sunday: 10am – 7pm

Not sure if your membership is current? Simply email our Membership and Volunteer Coordinator Jess Willard to find out.

*Invitations are not transferable. Members are welcome to bring up to 4 additional guests. MCBC Member Pricing is only available in the Mountain Hardwear Employee Store. Kiosks are available on the sales floor if you wish to order items online at the employee pricing which may not be physically in the store.




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