July: Summer Sale and Community Efforts

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Pop Cycle Super Summer Sale

We want to say a big THANKS to all of you who survive the summer here in the Old Pueblo. Don't let the heat get ya down! Grab all the Pop Cycle goodies you've been eyeing during our Super Summer Sale, in store July 26, 27, & 28. ☀️ 


20% off STOREWIDE and up to 50% off select items. This is one of our only sales of the year — don't miss it! If you can't make it into the shop, we are also offering 20% off your entire order through the month of July on our online store! Just use the code 'SUPERSUMMER' at checkout!

Plus, there will be deals up and down Historic Fourth Avenue during this Super Summer Sale weekend.

In addition to the Super Summer Sale, we have some more exciting news! 

For the month of July we are donating 10% of all t-shirt sales to causes that are close to our hearts. And what's more, these tees are all locally printed and designed.

Pop Cycle T-shirts

People's Defense Initiative is the first up. PDI helps to protect the most vulnerable folks in Tucson. 

The People’s Defense Initiative is a community-led grassroots organization focused on uplifting and implementing progressive and inclusive policies which promote community engagement and defend human rights. Through direct action organizing, transformative leadership development, advocacy, coalition building, and education, PDI seeks to defend and uplift the voices of marginalized communities by catapulting their leadership directly to positions of public office.
PDI recently collected over 18,000 signatures in an effort to make Tucson a sanctuary city! Congratulations to their hardworking team!  👏
Up next we will be donating a portion of our sales to The Florence Project!
The Florence Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit legal service organization providing free legal services to men, women, and unaccompanied children in immigration custody in Arizona. Although the government assists indigent criminal defendants and civil litigants through public defenders and legal aid attorneys, it does not provide attorneys for people in immigration removal proceedings. As a result, an estimated 86 percent of the detained people go unrepresented due to poverty.
The Florence Project strives to address this inequity both locally and nationally through direct service, partnerships with the community, and advocacy and outreach efforts.
After that, we are excited to give back to Groundworks, a new Tucson nonprofit dedicated to promoting the youth-driven music and arts community in the city.  🎨
Groundworks is a nonprofit, youth-driven community arts space coming soon to Tucson. Their team is comprised of educators, musicians, and artists who are devoted to creating a safe environment for young people to create and gather.
They are currently working on organizing and building to create the space that Tucson's youth wants and needs. They are looking for passionate students, teachers, and volunteers! If you are interested, get in touch with them here
Lastly, we will be donating part of our sales to another amazing Tucson organization, Casa Alitas
The Casa Alitas Program serves migrant families who have left their home countries to escape violence and poverty. We provide care, short-term shelter and help to reunite with family members in the U.S.
Casa Alitas provides a safe place to rest, rehydrate, eat, and care for their children. They also provide a change of clothes, hygiene items, and a chance to wash up.
Tucson has a long history of doing what is right. Let's keep it up! 

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