Used Main Street pedicabs for sale
SPEAKER: Steve Meyer – Founder and CEO Mainstreet Pedicab
DATE: August 20 & 22, 2007
TOPIC: Peddling Your Way to Success – The Mainstreet Pedicab Story
Pedicabs are human-powered taxis seen in many of the major cities around the world. They work well for not only transporting people, but also for the delivery of food and merchandise.
In a world that is becoming overwhelmed with too many cars, pedicabs offer a green and sometimes romantic alternative. While they work best over short distances ranging from 2 to 10 blocks, they are fully capable of traversing much greater distances.
Steve Meyer didn’t invent the pedicab, but he is in the process of perfecting the marketplace for it. With multiple income streams and a loyal following, the pedicab industry is breaking into new territory.
Here is what it took for Steve Meyer to become one of the leading figures in the pedicab industry, and how Donald Trump had a hand in his success.
Speaker: Steve Meyer is the Founder and CEO of Mainstreet Pedicab in Broomfield and has worked most of his professional life self-employed, interspersed with periods of employment.
He attended the University of Colorado from 1972 trough 1979 getting both a BA in Environmental Biology and an MA in Economics. He spent more than a year of this time traveling in S. America, Asia, Europe and Africa.
For many years, Meyer worked in the real estate industry doing economic and market research for real estate developers. His interest in the redevelopment of downtown areas and his experiences in Asia were key factors in his development of Main Street Pedicabs. Main Street was founded in 1992 and is the largest manufacturer of this type of vehicle in N. America.
The scene was vintage New York as 32 pedicabs chauffeured patrons from the Essex Hotel to the Metropolitan Museum of Art during a prearranged ride. The organizer Lisa said “Thank you so much for Saturday. Our ride up to the Met was the highlight of the weekend, everyone is still talking about it and will be for a long time to come I am sure!! Please thank all the riders, they were amazing. And tell them that you guys were the most reliable, professional and fun mode of transportation we used all weekend. I think you’ll have some new customers in the future. Thanks again and all the best.”
Main Street Pedicabs is featured on NBC’s hit weight loss show, The Biggest Loser. Contestants used their pedicabs to pass the weekly weight loss challenges. Main Street Pedcabs helped them succeed! For the challenge, everyone had to pedal a pedicab up the steep ranch driveway. The person who finished first would win immunity for his or her duo. Everyone got on their pedicabs, with their family member in tow. Weight was added when necessary so that everyone was “pulling their own weight” up the hill. Matt and Seth were out in front quickly and maintained their lead over the group. It was a battle to the end, but Seth pushed on to victory. More importantly, they each got to spend time with their family members
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