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Thank you to all those who participated in the 2019   Mid-Week Carpool Challenge!  During the months of September and October 2019, commuters who carpooled on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday to and/or from San Mateo County and auto-tracked trips by linking their Scoop or Waze Carpool account to their STAR ( account earned a chance to win a vacation package including:

  $300 Southwest Airlines e-gift card
  $300 e-gift card
  $300 Visa e-gift card

And the results are in! Check out the impact participating carpoolers had throughout September and October.

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We're proud to announce Kitty as our vacation package winner! When asked why she carpools, she says:

"I started to carpool when I became a new mom. I needed to drop off my baby at daycare before going to work. Driving to the daycare then to BART would have added another 30 minutes to my commute each way. I was introduced to Waze, a carpool pairing app, which paired me with a carpooler who can pick me up at the daycare and drop me off at my office. I gave it a try and now we carpool almost every day. It's cheaper than BART and I get to spend an extra hour with my baby."

Congratulations to Kitty and to all of our participating carpoolers for a successful challenge. If you missed out you can still get rewarded through our ongoing Carpool 2.0: Carpoolers = $100 reward program.

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  Mid-Week Carpool Challenge poster 
    Carpool 2.0: Carpoolers = $100 reward program

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The winner will be responsible for all tax liability associated with winning this contest and will be required to submit their Social Security number for tax reporting for values over $600. The winner will be required to sign an eligibility release form and give permission to use their name and photo for promotional purposes without further compensation. By accepting the prize, the winner releases and all participating sponsors from any liability as a result of this prize. shall not be responsible for any product liability issues. The winner must address product issues with the manufacturer of the prize.