Spring rollin’

Wheel Wranglers, a mobile bike rental business, has responded to the pandemic by creating an affordable bike program. Riders who join the new “Rec League” will get a bike for 45 days of springtime enjoyment. They can then apply 50% of their membership fee to the purchase of a new bike.

Memberships start as low as $2.22 a day. Registration is online only, with bikes delivered today, April 15, and picked up May 31. For info follow @wheelwranglers on Instagram or visit WheelWranglers.com.

Drinks on app

The Liquor Store of Jackson Hole has temporarily transitioned to 100% curbside and delivery service and introduced an app for ordering. In-town deliveries are free with a $25 minimum purchase. The fee for West Bank deliveries, including Teton Village, has been reduced to $10, with a $50 minimum. Curbside pickup is free. You can find the new TLSofJH app in the App Store or Google Play. Other options for ordering are to go to TLSOfJH.com or call 733-4466.

Lawmakers: Stop gouging

Wyoming state Sens. Mike Gierau and Jim Roscoe and state Reps. Andy Schwartz and Michael Yin are among nearly 350 state legislators from 45 states who joined the U.S. PIRG Education Fund in a letter asking Amazon, Walmart and other online marketplaces to take steps to prevent price gouging on their platforms. As one example, U.S. PIRG said, the prices on Amazon for most hand sanitizers and masks rose at least 50% higher than the 90-day average.

Brooks Lake GM says goodbye

After 17 years at Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa, General Manager Adam Long has moved on to manage a ranch. Long started at the lodge in the Shoshone National Forest as a front desk agent and hiking guide. Matthew Tousignant has stepped in as the new general manager. He most recently was location manager of Roosevelt Lodge, Old Faithful Snow Lodge and Old Faithful Lodge in Yellowstone National Park.

Jennifer Dorsey is chief copy editor and Business section coordinator. She worked in Washington, D.C., and Chicago before moving to the Tetons.

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