just got some more info. he said if i could find the tiniest shop, like under 100 square feet--and i know you're out there-- he'd do an interview and put you in the piece.
it's for Bicycle Retailer and Industry News, so you'd get some decent coverage.Colin, i'll forward him the Phoenix info. their shop does look tiny and overflowing with spirit as well as bikes...thanks!On Thu, Jun 21, 2012 at 8:40 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
hey all,a friend of mine is doing a story on bike shops that are under 500 square feet. he's primarily focused on retail oriented shops, but when he put the call out on facebook, of course i thought some of you and your lots of things happening in space that shouldn't physically be possible.of course he can't cover every small shop, but i'm looking for suggestions from you all for shops who have been around a while (longer than a couple years, i'd say) and are tiny physical spaces. borrowed space (ie, from a school or church, etc) is fine, as long as it's small.so, any ideas?thanks, and everyone who's at bike!bike! this weekend, give each other big hugs from me.
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