Commercial Construction & Renovation

MAY-JUN 2017

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How an inviting design welcomed new customers to Vegas bike shop By Tiffany Hayden W hen longtime bicycle shop owners Mike and Cheri Tillman started to outgrow their retail space, they knew they wanted to try something unique to stand out from the competition. With at least three bike stores within a five-mile radi- us, an excellent shopping experience was going to be key in building their business. The Tillmans moved from their original space in 2016, setting up shop in the Village Square in Las Vegas, located on the corner of W. Sahara and Ft. Apache. The move brought Pro Cyclery closer to many of its customers and gave it more space to serve its die-hard customers. Since 1984, the retailer has been rising to the needs of cyclists in the greater Las Vegas area and surrounding communities. So good at what they do, the Tillmans and their retail team have even gained an international following. That's because the owners, sales staff and mechanics are cycling enthusiasts – some of whom have even competed professionally. 153 MAY : JUNE 2017 — COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION

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