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Below are just some of our partners and sponsors. Thanks to all our past and present sponsors, friends, family and volunteers, most who wish to remain anonymous.
The Dream Playbook and the Dream Workshop are proud to partner with the following organizations.
- University of Cincinnati
- YMCA of Greater Cincinnati
- Happen, Inc.
- Peace Village
- Northside Education Committee
- Faces Without Places
- Parents 2 Partners
- And more
Thanks to the US Embassy and the schools of Argentina for sponsoring the Spanish edition Cayendo Hacia Arriba.
The Waukesha STEM Academy charter school. Thanks to all the staff, parents and students, over 1500 people, that made possible the children’s book Ruby the Red Worm’s Dirty Job.
We’re honoured to be part of the MS Society family. Scott actually designed the 1994 poster for the Ride. Perhaps you, like the Pedal’rs Inn, would like sell Falling Uphill and donate the profits to the Best Dam Bike Ride 2011 August 6 & 7. If so, please contact us.
Poplar Creek Elementary School. Thanks to all the staff, parents and students, over 1500 people, that made the new book possible.
Wigwam has been knitting socks for over 105 years out of Sheboygan, WI. We are proud to support a Wisconsin native like Scott who has such high aspirations and athletic goals. Wigwam truly believes that your feet are your foundation and that whether you are walking with friends or biking the distance it would take to ride around the world, Wigwam wants you to have happy feet. Cheers to you Scott and your determination. You are an inspiration to all of us. (More.)
I’m honoured to be an Honorary Committee Member (along with Tony Wheeler, Peter Greenberg, Arthur Frommer, Rick Steves, and more) for the 100th anniversary of the international hostel movement and the 75th anniversary of Hostelling International USA. I’ve stayed in hostels across the world and find the vibrant cultural exchange far more rewarding than a 5-star hotel.
WInner of the prestigious IRHA Award (beating contenders like the BBC) Around the World Radio will be featuring monthly reports of Scott Stoll’s Falling Uphill Tour live from the road as he circumnavigates North America asking people a simple question: “If you could do anything, what would you do?” More info.
Proud makers of Scott’s bicycle which has almost 30,000 touring miles in over 59 countries and is still going strong. More info to come. Read the story about The Bike that went Around the World.
Additional thanks to the WordPress community for making the tools to bring out stories to the world. It’s a lot easier than hand-coding the website, like we did in the old days.