The Commuter Challenge is a fun and interactive way to get your employees, co-workers, friends, neighbors and/or classmates to improve the way they get to work, school or other daily recurring events. There are many commuter benefits that help employees save money, get healthy, and meet new people!
Select the teams, select the time period, and track results each day, to see which team does the best job of minimizing their impact on commuting!
The contest should be a short duration (one or two weeks), and should be broken out into evenly matched teams (to stay competitive).
We are looking for teams to help us "pilot" our contest. Contact us with your ideas, and we'll help you get it setup!
Here is an example of how it works:
This is a great way to raise awareness about the impact of commuting, while making it a fun, competitive activity. This is the first step in driving long-term commuting benefits and behavior changes.
There is no cost to run a contest, only your time to organize and record the information each day
If you are interested, please contact us to get started!
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