August 5, 2010
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New Summertime Carpool Promotions


With construction projects clogging traffic throughout the Duwamish, carpooling can be a great way for employees to get to work quicker and save money. And it means fewer cars on the roadways!

Whether you already carpool or are thinking about starting, this summer you can win great prizes, thanks to the ride-matching website www.RideshareOnline.com. And have a free coffee on us!

Coffee for Carpoolers


The Duwamish TMA is offering a $5 Starbucks card for the first 50 people who join the our Network on RideshareOnline.com.

You're eligible if you work in SODO, South Park, Georgetown, or North Tukwila and your employer is not affected by the Commute Trip Reduction Act. (Ask us if you're not sure.) There's no minimum number of carpool trips – simply register, join the TMA Network, and we'll send you a Starbucks card! Questions? Contact Melanie at (206) 762-2470, melanie@seattleindustry.org



Win an iPad or Weekend Getaway


The new Brilliant promotion from RideshareOnline.com has fabulous prizes for carpoolers and vanpoolers, including an Apple iPad, 5 weekend getaways at luxury hotels, and weekly drawings for $50 gift cards.

What do you have to do? 1.) Register at RideshareOnline.com; 2.) Carpool or vanpool at least 2 days/week between August 9th and September 19th; 3.) Add those trips to the online tracking calendar for at least one week during the promotion period. You're eligible to win! Details are online here.



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