Get Ready for Vanpoolooza 2013!
Vanpoolooza 2013 is the celebration of vanpooling in metro Atlanta as a smart and fun way to travel between work and home. Emory TPS and the Clifton Corridor Transportation Management Association (CCTMA) want to help you discover the joys of riding in a vanpool. Come to a special vanpool Open House event to learn more about how vanpooling works, how much money vanpooling can help you save on your commute and what kinds of support tools exist through Georgia Commute Options to help you get started.
Lunch will be provided. Plus, music, prizes and more. It’s a party! Have fun and enjoy!
Existing Vanpool Riders: Get new people started with vanpooling and WIN!
If you’re already riding in a vanpool, you can compete for cash and prizes by bringing friends and co-workers to the open house. To be part of the competition, you’ll need to complete a form for each guest that includes your contact info and that of your guest. Turn in the form at the Open House. The vanpool rider that brings the most potential new riders to the event wins $100!
Whether you already ride on a van or are interested in joining a vanpool, get in on the fun by attending the Emory area event:
||Emory / VA Vanpoolooza Open House
||Dobbs University Center
Emory University Campus
The Winship Ballroom
605 Asbury Circle
Atlanta, GA 30322
|| 12:00pm to 1:00pm
|RSVP online at www.GaCommuteOptions.com/Vanpoolooza
Vanpool Program at Emory
Vanpools provide an inexpensive commute option for small groups of commuters who live and work in the same area, have similar work hours, and want to share their commute in a leased van.
Vanpools consist of seven to 15 commuters who enjoy the economy of sharing gas and other expenses and the convenience of sharing a ride.
Review frequently asked questions about vanpooling at Emory.
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