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Yes, Businessmen Ride Divvy in Suits

Before Divvy launched, Trib columnist Jon Hilkevitch infamously questioned whether businessmen would use the system, "risking sweat stains on expensive suits just to save a couple of dollars on a taxicab and possibly save a tree from pollution." One reader recently told us that he still encounters people who don't believe anyone would ride Divvy in business attire.

So, in response to popular demand, here is the photographic proof that, yes, guys ride Divvy in their suits with leather briefcases, both after work and during business hours.

Got photos of Divvy riders wearing business clothes? Post a link in the comments.

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