Dec 18, 2014 - BECK TAXI TO SUPPORT MADD CANADA WITH RE-LOADABLE CARD LAUNCH


Paying for a Beck Taxi just got easier as Beck announces the launch of Beck Bucks, a fully re-loadable card and secure payment solution for Toronto passengers. The card launch and holiday campaign aim to give back in support of renowned charity Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD Canada). How it works: One hundred Toronto women in business will receive complimentary pay-and-go Beck Bucks cards and Beck Buck hats and scarves. For every tweet to @BeckTaxi @MADDcanada #BuckBecks made in the Beck Buck winter wear, a donation will be made to assist and cease impaired driving this holiday season.

"We're excited to partner with MADD Canada in order to raise awareness and help Torontonians get home safely this holiday season," Kristine Hubbard, Operations Manager at Beck Taxi. "One of our primary focuses moving into 2015 is to develop new products that enable us to efficiently extend our already wide-ranging portfolio of innovative payment solutions. This new pay-and-go card contributes positively to the evolution of Beck Taxi by not only allowing us to bring a new product to our passengers, but doing so with a partner who cares about safety."

To order a card this holiday season or re-load an existing card simply visit www.becktaxi.com


Conditions of Use:


  • Use Beck Bucks like CASH!
  • Cards are available for purchase and can be re-loaded online www.becktaxi.com
  • No expiry date.
  • No change or refunds - the amount remains as a credit.

 About Beck Taxi


Founded by Jim Beck, Beck Taxi's excellence is a family tradition as daughter Gail Beck-Souter champions her father's passion for superior service. Beck Taxi is the largest and most successful taxicab company in the country with over 1,850 available taxis operated by professionally trained, independent contracted drivers. For the past 20 years, the organization has been the proud recipient of the Readers' Choice Award for Favourite Taxi Company.

Source: Newswire


 

Last updated on: 2014-12-23 | Link to this post