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Rich Whitney (IL-G) Sustainable Transportation Tour Schedule 5/22/10

Rich Whitney

Rich Whitney

Green Party gubernatorial candidate Rich Whitney will begin day three of his 654 mile with a 9 am breakfast at the world famous Stockholm Inn in Rockford. The day will continue with the candidate cycling to Sycamore and then South Elgin. The day will conclude with a fundraiser and meet and greet at Booker’s Pub in South Elgin at 6 pm.

The Sustainable Transportation Tour is a 9 day, 654 mile event in which Whitney will travel the state of Illinois using a bicycle and public transportation. He is using this as an opportunity to illustrate and discuss his proposed Green Capital Bill. For a complete itinerary of the tour, please visit here.

May 22nd Itinerary

9:00 AM Breakfast-Stockholm Inn-2420 Charles St., Rockford, IL.

10:30 AM- 1:30 PM Ride to Sycamore- 33 miles

2650 Bridge Ln., Woodstock, IL.

1:30 PM -2:15 PM Lunch-PJ Courthouse Tavern &Grille

202 W. State St., Sycamore, IL.

2:15-5PM Ride to South Elgin- Joined by Dan Kairas

6 PM Fundraiser/Meet and Greet-Booker’s Pub & Grill

420 N. McLean, South Elgin, IL.

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