Charge Bikes Launches ‘2022 Women in Charge’ Ambassador Program

Electric bike brand Charge launched its “2022 Women in Charge brand ambassador” program that seeks to highlight everyday women in the cycling industry.

Part of this initiative is the selection of inspiring women who shall serve as the faces of the Women in Charge program.

Molly Harrington, Marketing Director for Charge, said the brand is excited to be partnering with and celebrating many inspiring, authentic, and influential women in this program who are making a difference.

The faces of the Women in Charge program include Spanish-American author and blogger Lorraine Ladish; professional golfer Shasta Averyhardt; (L)GBTQ+ wife and mom Krystian Gabrielle; professional pickleball player Catherine Parenteau; and lifestyle influencer and model Carla Kemp.

With Charge opening applications to existing female supporters of the brand, women in local communities may also apply to be brand ambassadors.

As part of the program, Charge representatives will not only earn exclusive brand promotions and a referral code, but they will also host bike rides and offer valuable product feedback.

Vsit to learn more about the Women in Charge Program and to apply to be an ambassador.

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Leonard Pineda

Leonard loves traveling and experiencing new places and people. He enjoys going on walks and communing with nature. Leonard is also passionate about education and what it can do to conserve the environment.

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