Zimride’s Promotion Supports National Park Foundation

Zimride by Enterprise, a service of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, is launching a promotion to support the National Park Foundation and its recreational, educational, and service programs, including Active Trails.

Zimride, a ridesharing and carpooling network in North America, will donate $1 to the National Park Foundation for every new member or new ride posted in April — up to $10,000.

In addition, the Enterprise Holdings Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Enterprise Holdings Inc., will match Zimride’s contributions dollar for dollar. This promotion is available in every state, except for Alabama, Illinois, and Massachusetts.

By the end of the month, Zimride aims to engage 10,000 new and existing members with the goal of raising $20,000 total for the National Park Foundation, according to the company.

“We offer our customers a variety of sustainable transportation solutions to help them get where they’re going,” said Ryan Johnson, Enterprise’s vice president who oversees Zimride as well as other sustainable commuter options, including the Enterprise Rideshare and vRide vanpooling programs. “Through this partnership, not only can Zimride members share a ride, they also can support some of the most exhilarating hiking and biking trails our country has to offer.”

Through shared rides, Zimride connects drivers and passengers heading to the same area.

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