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Published December 20, 2011

Pro rider Amber Neben delivers bikes to at-risk kids • QBP adds sales reps

ANAHEIM, CA (BRAIN)—Former world champion Amber Neben delivered dozens of bikes to at-risk kids this week in Southern California. Neben, who races for the Specialized-lululemon team, has her own charity, The Dare To Be Project, which partnered with an Orange County non-profit to deliver more than 70 Specialized bikes to families in Costa Mesa and Anaheim on Monday.

“I remember my first bike and how cool it was,” Neben said. “I hope they remember this moment, down the line, as a reminder that somebody cared and valued them.”

“One mother of three was overjoyed just knowing that she had something to give her kids on Christmas,” Neben said.

Quality adds reps in southern and mountain states
BLOOMINGTON, MN (BRAIN)—QBP is adding three sales reps to its force, giving the Minnesota wholesaler reps in the Southeast, central southern states and the mountain west.

The new reps:

  • Arleigh Jenkins will cover Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama. Amy Jo Fuller is the new inside sales rep for the region.
  • Jonny Sundt, a former pro rider based in Dallas, will cover Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. Brian Hanson will continue as inside sales rep for the region.
  • Dyan Gill will cover Utah, Montana, western Wyoming and southern Idaho. Dave Mueller remains the inside sales rep for the region.

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