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Santa Barbara 100's Sponsors Support Charitable Mission

SB100 Adds Local and National Sponsors On Track to Double Donations for 2015

SANTA BARBARA, CALIF. – September 29, 2015 – The Santa Barbara 100 (SB100) has signed nearly 20 sponsoring partners to help support its charitable mission of raising $100,000 in 2015. The SB100 is a non-profit event with a completely volunteer board that has committed all profits to its dedicated charities that offer education, support and hope to children and families in challenging situations, both local and abroad.

“The Santa Barbara 100 is more than just a ride – we’re working hard to create one of the most fun and amazing cycling experiences in the country, but our ultimate mission is to raise funds for our charity partners,” said Tricia Middleton, Santa Barbara 100 board of directors and executive committee member. “Our event sponsors share in that mission, and this year have taken a more active role in improving the event experience from our first-ever pre-event expo to our best-ever post-event celebration.”

Silver Air, the private jet management and charter company with corporate offices in Santa Barbara is title sponsor this year.

Gibraltar Wealth Management’s Patrick J. Flood of UBS Bank has signed on to be the event’s Gibraltar Wealth Management’s Challenge Sponsor.

Gold Level sponsors include Clif Bar, Trader Joe’s; Edge Solutions; and Price, Postel & Parma, LLP.

Silver Level sponsors include New Belgium Brewing Company; Coastal Aircraft Maintenance; JR Electric; General Pavement Management; Foundation Real Estate Group; Deep Sea Conway Family Wines; and Damitz, Brooks, Nightingale, Turner & Morrisset.

Bronze Level sponsors are Trek Travel; FasTrack Bicycles; Noozhawk; Impulse Communications; Zia Group; McConnell’s Fine Ice Creams; Nana’s Kitchen; and Bartlett, Pringle & Wolf, LLP.             

The Santa Barbara 100 will take place October 17 at Leadbetter Beach in Santa Barbara, California. For more information on the event, visit http://sb100.org.

About the Santa Barbara 100
The new Santa Barbara 100 (formerly the Santa Barbara Century) boasts one of the most spectacular and challenging cycling routes in the United States. Cyclists descend upon California's Central Coast and travel through the beautiful Southern California coastal mountains, including grueling climbs and courses designed for all ability levels. The Santa Barbara 100 is a non-profit 501c(3) organization benefiting local and national charities.

The next event is October 17, 2015. Register at www.sb100.org.

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