Hitch a Ride on a Commuter Scooter With Pasadena Startup

Peter Lee, CEO of Urban626 and a Pasadena resident, streamlined the supply chain and business model upon joining the company in 2014.
Pasadena investors Mark Kim and Brad King provided funding and guidance to Urban626, which helped the startup launch its URB-E scooter line.
The Urban626 engineering team responsible for constructing every URB-E scooter includes (from left) Demitrius Alleyne, Gordon Sowell, Junior Virgen and Charles Keltzer.

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