Santa Clarita Transit, in partnership with KHTS AM-1220 invites residents to pledge to “Dump the Pump” for local transportation on Thursday, June 16.
By making the pledge, residents will get entered into a raffle for great prizes such as restaurant gift cards and amusement park tickets.
Residents can take the pledge in person by visiting the city of Santa Clarita booth anytime during the SENSES on Main Street block party on Thursday, June 16 from 7 p.m. through 10 p.m. Participants may also take the pledge by posting a photo of themselves riding local transit using the hashtag #dumpthepumpSCT, or by filling out an online pledge form located on the Santa Clarita Transit website at SantaClaritaTransit.com.
Dump the Pump Day is a nation-wide event led by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) and is supported by public transportation systems across the country. This year marks the 11 year Dump the Pump Day will be encouraging people to save money and ride public transportation instead of driving.
For more information, please contact Administrative Analyst Alex Porlier at (661) 295-6304 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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