Make An Impression

Every now and then, you meet someone who makes an impression. You think to yourself, “there’s something different about that person.” That’s Bianca.

Bianca WebsiteBianca has been our Sales and Marketing intern at Imagine Promotional Group since Fall of 2015.  As a Business Major at Sonoma State University she will be graduating this weekend and returning to her Southern California roots to start her next adventure.

Bianca definitely brings a sense of team to our group. She’s talented, insightful, hard working, eager to learn and willing to jump in on a moments notice. The list could go on.

While internships are meant to create opportunities for students to gain experience, develop skills and ultimately generate a path to an entry level job, they also produce opportunities for us as employers. We’ve had our share of interns over the years and each of them has been unique and brought something special in to the mix. Continue reading

Everything You Need to Know About Bike To Work Month

From our friends at PureFix Cycles.

May is a magical time. Spring is in full swing, sunny skies mean more fun and outdoor activities. That’s why cities, counties, and companies all over the country celebrate the change in the weather with National Bike to Work Month!


Bike To Work Month is one of the coolest events of the year that was created to encourage people to commute to work by bike.


Bike To Work Monday – Throughout May 2016
Bike to Work Week – May 16-20, 2016
Bike to Work Day – May 20, 2016 *Biggest day of celebration


  1. Participate in the National Bike Challenge the Challenge and win prizes! The Challenge was created by People For Bikes and is a free and easy way to challenge yourself, colleagues and the greater community to ride more. All you need to do is register your company or organization, have your employees sign up and log in the distance that the ride. It goes from May-September and prizes are awarded every month! See the rules here.
  2. Create an internal employee challenge: top 3 riders with the most mileage win a Pure Fix bike!
  3. Start an afterwork bike club
  4. Hold team meetings in the park
  5. Host a company breakfast party on Bike To Work Day for people who biked


Everyone. From Fortune 500 companies like 3M and Microsoft to small businesses and startups. Check out the states below to see how much bike commuting is growing. It’s crazy!

“From 2000 to 2013, the number of bicycle commuters in the U.S. grew by more than 62 percent.”

— The League of American Bicyclists