Posted by: bluesyemre | March 25, 2015

Join ACCUCOMS’ Charity Cycling Campaign ACCUCycle to Start March 30, 2015 at UKSG in Glasgow, UK @ACCUCOMS


ACCUCOMS announces ACCUCycle, a six months cycling campaign that will start in March at UKSG and end in October at Frankfurt Book Fair. From UKSG to Frankfurt Book Fair we will be peddling up hills, down valley’s, through rain forests, over deserts – and perhaps the odd cycle to work and home again! The goal of this campaign is to celebrate the re-launch of ACCUCOMS and raise awareness and funds to fight illiteracy by collecting donations for Room to Read – a global organization dedicated to promoting and enabling education through programs focused on literacy and gender equality in education.

ACCUCycle will kick off with a warm-up ride at UKSG where we invite participants to pedal on our specially designed VAN MOOF bicycle. During the following six months we encourage all fellow publishers, librarians, researchers and other affiliates to hop on their personal bicycles (outdoors or in the gym) and cycle towards the 40,000 km target – the cumulative distance of all ACCUCOMS locations worldwide.

Whether you are a veteran cyclist or a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ participant you are welcome to join our challenge. Cycling is not your thing? You can participate by acting as motivator and driving our campaign further as well as fundraising for Room to Read.

Pinar Erzin, Founder of ACCUCOMS, said the following about ACCUCycle: “2015 is a special year for us. We are motivated, determined, ambitious yet very humble, grateful and emotional. Last year we have learnt what it means to lose what was a solid job, company and future. This year we are born anew! We don’t just want to be successful we also want to celebrate and cherish what we have together with our staff and customers.ACCUCycle is a very exciting campaign to support education globally. Come join me and my team, and hop on your bikes. With each mile, we will leave all negativity behind and open up for a new life, new cycle.”

Find out how to participate and register via and keep updated with the developments of this campaign throughout all ACCUCOMS’ social media networks.

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