Meet Darian Kovacs and Chris Geoghegan of Pacific Commuter. They want to improve your commuting experience. Can you tell?
Darian and Chris are friends and business partners who wanted to provide the residents of Cloverdale, Langley and Aldergrove the option of travelling in a luxury bus on their commute to downtown Vancouver. They were both disillusioned with the long and frustrating downtown commute and decided that they wanted to offer a service that would allow professionals to go green and ride on a luxury bus with amenities to make the commute comfortable and productive. As a result, they produced Pacific Commuter.
Pacific Commuter operates their schedule around a typical 9am to 5pm workday. Pickups are in Langley and Cloverdale and drop-offs are in 3 different areas of the downtown core.
What are some of the amenities? Wi-fi, bathroom, reclining leather chair, table at your seat, and a kitchenette to prepare your breakfast. You can get a head start on your work day or just take some time to relax. Whatever the case, Pacific Commuter wants to add value to your time and commute.
There are a couple of options for packages and you can even transfer your pass to share with friends and/or co-workers. Everyone can have a chance to experience Pacific Commuter.
The Pacific Commuter service officially launches on July 3rd. Darian and Chris are going to give a lucky Surrey604 reader a free one month Pacific Commuter membership. A $495 value! Good luck and maybe you’ll become as happy about your commute as these guys:
HOW TO ENTER : WIN A MONTH PASS FROM PACIFIC COMMUTER!
1. Leave a comment below on this post if you want to win a free month pass. Remember you can share the pass with your co-workers and/or friends. (1 entry)
2. Tweet the following (1 entry):
RT & enter to win a 1 month pass (value $495) from @pacificcommuter & @surrey604com #surreybc
Contest ends Wednesday, June 27th at midnight. After the contest has closed, one winner will be chosen at random and notified directly.
For details about services and membership visit the Pacific Commuter website. Tweets @pacificcommuter
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