Daytona Beach, FL - It's not too late for Daytona Beach businesses to let members of the Daytona Beach City Commission (DBCC) know that they want Bike Week to take place this year. The Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce (DRCC) reports that that the commissioners are not receiving calls from the community to allow the event to go on this year.
The Chamber is asking business owners and other decision makers to send a note and ask employees to send "a brief email or make a call to the Daytona Beach City Commissioners stating how this impacts their employment and ability to earn money to pay their bills and provide for their families."
Another way to let the DBCC know "how important it (Bike Week) is to their household budgets" is by attending Wednesday night's (January 20) meeting to let commissioners hear firsthand from the public.
DRCC is asking that interested parties contact their Commissioner or all of them before the meeting begins at 6 p.m. They also say a voice message and/or email will convey the importance of what Bike Week means to working people.
Here is the contact information for the DBCC:
Mayor Derrick Henry
Comm. Ruth Trager
Comm. Aaron Delgado
Comm. Quanita May
Comm. Stacy Cantu
Comm. Dannette Henry
Comm. Paula Reed