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Wolf Ride Bikeshare Gets a Push From Softheon

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Nearly 20 years after Softheon first got rolling on the Stony Brook University campus, a gift from the nation’s leading health insurance e-commerce company is helping Stony Brook students get rolling as well. Leaders from Stony Brook and Softheon gathered on Wednesday, September 25 to celebrate the company’s gift to support and expand the University’s Wolf Ride Bikeshare program, which currently offers 78 bicycles at 12 stations across the Stony Brook campus. Pictured from left are Stony Brook University mascot Wolfie, Stony Brook University Interim President Michael A. Bernstein, and Softheon representatives Sarah Pew (Managing Director, Merchant Solutions); Anthony Bozza, (Director of Marketing), Cindy Roethel (Managing Director, Corporate Finance and Administration), and Kevin Deutsch, (Managing Director, Health Plan Cloud).

 

 

 

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