Officials explore ways to keep the future of Bike Week alive
Daytona Beach officials are working on ways to keep Bike Week going in the future, as the older generation gets smaller and the younger generation takes over - changing the face of the 72-year-old event, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
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#1 Mar 11, 2013
Evelyn Fine is an economics expert. The article had to find city officals in Sturgis to agree with them or a business owner on Main Street. The articles are structured to avoid any mention of support for the event with claims that many people support the idea, when one or just a few feel that way. Larry Kinney former president of the Chamber of commerce resigned according to the News Journal. Why? that's the real story. Knowing the repution of D.B. city officals it might just be a position change because something was uncovered. The Journal doesn't mention these things. Bike Events should be in the past it's total corruption.-replaced by a new idea. a good one
#2 Mar 11, 2013
So this is mostly young kids? My 41 year old husband claims it not that wild and it's an older crowd.
#3 Mar 11, 2013
A couple of years ago someone worked as a bartender, and a former city official asked him to turn down the music [he-did] the bartender accused him of being drunk, the former city offical beat the hellout of him and recieved no jail time, just a slap on the wrist. Articles have been written google David Summers daytona,
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