Columbia Employee Store Access Member Purchases To Benefit MCBC Thru 11/25

Another one of the benefits of MCBC membership? Access to the Columbia Sportswear Employee Store! This year it is even better. Through November 25, when you visit their employee store, Columbia Sportswear will donate 10% of all member purchases directly to MCBC!

That means that MCBC members (and up to four guests) can take advantage of the Columbia Sportswear Employee Store items – with clothing, equipment, and footwear from Mountain Hardwear, Prana, Sorel, and Columbia Sportswear.

How it works

If you are an active MCBC member, you should have seen an email with a link to download your invite.  Didn’t see it? Just contact Membership Coordinator Annie Leverich and she’ll set you up! That invite gets you in to receive employee pricing – saving 40-50% off retail – on current season merchandise at the store in Richmond. Feel free to bring up to four guests along with you when you go, and enjoy the beautiful 14,500 square foot retail environment.

When you go, you’ll need to bring your invite, a personal ID and that email or your MCBC Membership Card to the check-in staff. Then you must show the invite barcode at checkout to make sure your purchase is recorded to the MCBC Member group.

10% of your purchase
will be donated to
the Marin County Bicycle Coalition!
Thanks for your support!

Not a current MCBC member? You can join here!
Then let Annie know so she can send you the invite!

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