Las Vegas Coalition for Zero Fatalities Launches $5 Off One Lyft Ride In An Effort To Eliminate Impaired Fatalities This Thanksgiving
In an ongoing commitment to combat impaired driving and eradicate impaired-related fatalities on Nevada’s roadways, the Las Vegas Coalition for Zero Fatalities has pledged $750 toward access to free Lyft rides in Las Vegas this Thanksgiving, Nov. 25 – Nov. 26.
“In 2019, we saw four fatalities over the Thanksgiving holiday. Due to someone’s selfish decision to get behind the wheel impaired, there will always be an empty seat at the Thanksgiving table,” said Zero Fatalities Program Manager Andrew Bennett. “The Las Vegas Coalition for Zero Fatalities implores everyone to always drive sober, ride smart when celebrating and remember lives are on the line.”
In affiliation with Dignity Healthy, Zappos and Distill – a local bar, the Las Vegas Coalition for Zero Fatalities will offer $5 off one Lyft ride to the first 150 new and existing users beginning Wednesday, 6 p.m. Nov. 25 through 6 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 26. The limited-time offer can be accessed within the Lyft mobile app with code SafeTurkey2020, while supplies last.
To learn more about Zero Fatalities and their efforts in Nevada, please email [email protected].
About Las Vegas Coalition for Zero Fatalities
Launched in 2017, the Las Vegas Coalition for Zero Fatalities’ year-long campaign is dedicated to eliminating impaired driving fatalities by increasing the visibility and accessibility of smart ride alternatives, including Lyft and public transit. Comprised of community leaders, members include the City of Las Vegas, DTP Companies, Downtown Summerlin, Fremont Street Experience, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Las Vegas Monorail, Nevada Highway Patrol, PT’s Taverns, Topgolf Las Vegas, Zero Fatalities, Las Vegas Weekly, Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC), Raiders, Terrible Herbst, Entercom, Distill – a local bar and Zappos.