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Philly Bike Expo expands staff in anticipation of 2020 growth

The Philly Bike Expo (PBE) has hired a new manager of business development and IT systems.

Aaron Bilenky joins the family business helmed by his sister Bina and founded by father Stephen, bringing his skills in sales and software development to bear along with his lifelong cycling passion.

“The enthusiasm of the PBE management team is a key component fueling the growth of the show,” said a statement, “as they work to ensure that everyone at the show, from exhibitors to attendees to volunteers, has the best possible time on show weekend.”

“We always love coming out for the Bike Expo. Ritchey comes to the PBE for the unique mix of industry, consumers and builders. The general attitude of everyone attending is so interested and enthusiastic about cycling that it keeps the feeling fresh every year,” said, Fergus Liam, Ritchey.

The tenth-anniversary edition of the expo welcomed more than 200 vendors and nearly 5,000 attendees to the Pennsylvania Convention Center earlier this year.

Next year’s Philly Bike Expo is set for the weekend of 14th to 15th November.

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