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Find Divvy’s Chicago-red bike, win Blackhawk, Bulls tickets and more

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CHICAGO (Sun-Times Media Wire) -

Divvy is celebrating its one year birthday by rolling out a red bike that is painted the color of the stars on Chicago’s flag.

There is only one red Divvy bike and it will be in the system for the entire month of July. Anyone that finds the bicycle has to post a picture or video on social media with the hashtag #DIVVYRED.

What are some of the “gifts?’

-VIP ticket packages from the Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Bulls and Pitchfork.

-Special experiences from Hotel Felix, Hotel Cass, Goose Island Brewery, The Second City and Chicago Architecture Foundation.

-Food and drink from Intelligentsia, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Roti Mediterranean Grill, Noodles & Co, Forever Yogurt and Lettuce Entertain You.

-Gear and clothing from Bern, Timbuk2, PoCampo, Cleverhood and Gap.

-Other prizes from Red Bull, Grubhub, Clif Bar and Zipcar.

Divvy said it has more than 23,000 annual members and nearly 250,000 daily passes have been sold to date. 

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