Monday, February 28, 2011

Century Cycles wins Quality Business Award

Century Cycles was honored recently to receive the Quality Business Award from the Rocky River Chamber of Commerce, which recognizes a business in the Cleveland, Ohio, suburb that provides high-quality products and services that contribute to the economic growth and welfare of the Rocky River community.

Owner Scott Cowan (above, center) received the award at a chamber luncheon on January 27 from Liz Manning, Executive Director of the Rocky River Chamber of Commerce, and First Federal of Lakewood's Jim Riedl, the chamber's past president.

"This is quite an honor and Century Cycles is very deserving of this recognition," said Manning.

"We are very grateful to the Rocky River Chamber of Commerce for this great honor," said Cowan. "Awards like this are a credit to our staff for their commitment and passion, as well as to our customers who trust in Century Cycles to be their locally-owned, hometown bicycle store."

Century Cycles was founded in 1992 and opened its Rocky River location in 1997. Century Cycles has a longtime tradition of community involvement and helps countless families in Rocky River and throughout Northeast Ohio enjoy bicycling all year long. In May, Century Cycles will be helping to organize and sponsor Rocky River Middle School's very first Bike To School Challenge.

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