Chart Your Victory at Oakland’s Winning Campaigns Training in March

Do you have an important vote coming up this spring? Need to convince your city council to pass a key policy? Are you trying to gather funds and support to start a new biking or walking initiative? Make it happen.

At a training this March in Oakland, CA, committed advocates like you will dedicate a weekend to strategically planning out campaigns for better biking and walking. With expert advice and coaching from veteran facilitators and advocates, we’ll help you develop your campaign from an idea to an action plan.

Register today for the Alliance for Biking & Walking’s Winning Campaigns Training, March 21 – 13 in Oakland, CA.

More and more people in communities across the country are able to bike and walk safely every day, thanks to campaigns planned and WON by advocates just like you. This Winning Campaigns Training will help you create a detailed blueprint to chart your path to victory.

Led by seasoned advocates and national experts, the training teaches participants how to:

  • Identify and reach key decision-makers

  • Craft a persuasive message to rally members and policy makers

  • Use media outlets to communicate to a broad audience

  • Become an effective fundraiser

  • And much more!

Join your fellow advocates to plot a win for your next big campaign – register for the Alliance for Biking and Walking’s Winning Campaigns Training this March 21-23 in Oakland, CA.

The workshop is hosted by Walk Oakland Bike Oakland and the East Bay Bicycle Coalition and facilitated by the Alliance for Biking and Walking.

The full price of a Winning Campaigns Training registration (including all materials, most meals, and one-on-one time with experienced facilitators) is $150, but if you register by midnight on Friday, February 14, you can combine your Alliance membership discount with an Early Bird discount to receive 50% off the full price of registration. Use the promotional code “getwins” to get your member discount.

Sign up today.

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