Safe Ride Home? It’s On McDivitt.
Free Cab Rides on New Year's Eve
Program AnnouncementMcDivitt Law Firm will be offering its Smart Ride Home Program on New Year’s Eve, Tuesday, December 31, 2019 from 10 pm to 3 am in Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
For more than twelve years, McDivitt Law Firm has been providing free cab rides home to residents in Colorado Springs and Pueblo to help keep the roads safe for everyone in our communities.
McDivitt Law Firm has provided more than 20,000 safe rides home since 2007
The way it works is simple – if you or someone you know has had too much to drink on New Year’s Eve, do not get behind the wheel of a car. Call City Cab in Pueblo at 719-543-2525 or if you’re in Colorado Springs, call zTrip (formerly Yellow Cab) at 719-766-4567, or use to zTrip app to order a ride. If you use the zTrip app, make sure you mark “Pay in Car” at the time of booking. When you get in the cab, just tell your driver, “It’s on McDivitt.” Please note, these rides are only available between the drinking establishment and the customer’s home, not to another bar or restaurant.
For NYE 2019, we have also partnered with Lyft for $20 in ride credits. There is only one ride credit per user, and only for a ride home. The promo code will be available to users in Colorado Springs and Pueblo from 10pm to 3am on New Year’s Eve. Use code: MCDIVITTLAW to redeem in the app.
Due to the high demand of cab rides, rides cannot be guaranteed to everyone, although every attempt will be made to fulfill all requests.
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