Be a ‘Commute Super Hero,’ win prizes

  • Tuesday, October 15, 2019 4:14pm
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Through the month of October, “Wheel Options” gives participants a chance to be a “commuter superhero.”

Bus, bike, carpool, van pool or walk to work this month and track your travel for a chance to win prizes.

Participants who log at least six days of Wheel Options commutes will be entered to win a $1,500 or $500 Tango Card Reward Link or one of more than a dozen $50 retail gift cards.

The top two Tango winners may choose between more than eight-dozen top retail brands and non-profits.

The Wheel Options promotion, which runs through Oct. 31, is offered by the Washington State Ridesharing Organization, a nonprofit organization.

Deadline for recording trips is Friday, Nov. 8.

To register or learn more information, log on to www.wheeloptions.org

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