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The Kiehl's flagship store is raising money for charity in a pretty interesting way tomorrow. From 12pm through 8pm, customers can ride Flywheel bikes that will be set up in the store windows—and for every fifteen minutes of cycling, the store will donate $150 to the Food Bank of New York City
If you get there early, you'll be able to hang out with Jeremy Piven and Nina Agdal, and "additional surprise guests," according to the press release, who will be kicking off the charity rides.
But even if you can't make it then (darn jobs), you'll be able to enjoy a slew of other perks throughout the day that include free Flywheel classes, Kiehl's samples, complimentary skin checks, and refreshments courtesy of Juice Press. The bike setup will also have a screen where you can compete against your fellow cycler.
If this doesn't sound like the most fun way to do something for a good cause, then you probably don't know what fun is. Be sure to document the good times on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtags #KiehlsCycle and #PowerCouple, referring to their new product line.
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