FREMONT, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In celebration of National Bike to Work Week, Jos. A. Bank, and its commuter-friendly Travel Tech collection, are proud to offer commuters in our nation’s capital free rides as they bike to work during National Bike to Work Week.
Whether you’re commuting across town on a bicycle or across the globe on a plane – with the Jos. A. Bank Travel Tech collection featuring 37.5® Technology, you can feel great in your clothes from door to door. The advanced temperature regulation of 37.5 Technology in Travel Tech suit fabrics, shirts, pants and sweaters help keep you cool when you’re hot and warm when you’re cold. This means commuting can be no sweat, literally.
To inspire men on-the-go in Washington, D.C. to bike to work this week, Jos. A. Bank street ambassadors will be suited up in the Travel Tech collection as they commute around the city on Wednesday, May 15 offering 1,000 free, one-day ride passes through the city’s bike share program:
Passes for Capital Bikeshare can be obtained at:
- Morning route: Metro Center, L'Enfant Plaza, Federal Center SW Station, Union Station and Gallery Place/Chinatown
- Lunch/Afternoon route: McPherson Square, Farragut Square, Farragut North/West, Foggy Bottom – GWU, Georgetown
To redeem the offer and bike for free, consumers should:
- Visit a Capital Bikeshare station kiosk
- Insert a credit card
- Select number of bikes to rent
- Choose the pass type: 24-hour*
- Apply promo code included on offer card
- Retain the Capital Bikeshare ride code
- Enter ride code into bike dock keypad
*Unlimited 30-minute rides are within a 24-hour period. The credit card will be charged each additional minute after the first 30 minutes.
Beyond Washington, D.C. and across the country, the Jos. A. Bank street ambassadors recently visited San Francisco and invited commuters to embrace their innovative business wear. Men on-the-go in New York City, Chicago and Boston can also expect to see the Jos. A. Bank street ambassadors on Wednesday, May 15 offering promotional coupons for the Travel Tech collection at numerous mass transit and popular public locations throughout the cities.
“Hot and cold commutes whether by plane, train, car, or bike, as well as unpredictable weather, can all lead to a disheveled appearance, and worse – discomfort and distraction,” said Mary Beth Blake, Brand President, Jos. A. Bank. “We’re excited to be hitting the streets in cities across the nation inviting men to explore how Jos. A. Bank Travel Tech temperature-regulating fiber technology keeps men comfortable, with a style that fits their modern lifestyle.”
Allowing travelers to arrive looking and feeling their best, Travel Tech is a tailored clothing and sportswear line that incorporates the high performance technology that is most commonly found in sports performance gear. Designed with versatility and quality in mind, this 37.5 Technology has been applied to tailored clothing. Features include:
- Thermostat for Your Clothes. Adjusts to what your body needs when you need it, warming you when you are cold and cooling you when you are hot.
- Moisture and Odor Control. Removes moisture vapor before liquid sweat forms and traps odors and releases them in laundering.
- Never Washes Away. The 37.5 Technology is woven into the fabric for a long lasting quality.
The Travel Tech collection with 37.5 Technology is available exclusively at Jos. A. Bank stores across the United States as well as online at http://www.josabank.com.
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About Jos. A. Bank
Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, Inc., established in 1905, is one of the nation’s leading designers, manufacturers and retailers of men’s classically-styled tailored and casual clothing, sportswear, footwear and accessories. The Company sells its full product line through nearly 500 stores in 44 states and the District of Columbia, a nationwide catalog and an e-commerce website that can be accessed at http://www.josabank.com/.
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About 37.5® Technology
37.5® Technology materials are used in outdoor gear, sports apparel, designer clothing, workwear, police and military uniforms, and footwear designed to warm you when you’re cold and cool you when you are hot. It was created by Cocona Inc., a world leader in the development, commercialization and marketing of active particle technologies currently used to enhance the comfort and performance of clothing, footwear and sleep systems. The company is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado.
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