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Las Vegas Coalition for Zero Fatalities Commits $1,250 in Free Lyft Ride Credits This New Year’s Eve

Las Vegas Coalition for Zero Fatalities Commits $1,250 in Free Lyft Ride Credits This New Year's Eve

This New Year’s holiday, the Las Vegas Coalition for Zero Fatalities is pledging $1,250 toward free Lyft ride credits to help increase efforts to eliminate impaired driving fatalities on Nevada’s roadways. Since 2017, the groundbreaking coalition has remained steadfast in its efforts to raise awareness surrounding the dangers of impaired driving and achieving the ultimate goal of Zero Fatalities on Nevada’s roadways.

Beginning on Thursday, Dec. 31 at 6 p.m., the Las Vegas Coalition for Zero Fatalities, in affiliation with City of Las Vegas, Fremont Street Experience, PT’s Taverns, Distill – a local barRemedy’s – a local barDowntown Summerlin, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police DepartmentNevada Highway Patrol and Dignity Health St. Rose Dominican, will offer $5 off one Lyft ride to the first 250 new and existing users through Friday, Jan. 1 at 6 a.m.

The limited-time offer can be accessed within the Lyft mobile app with code RIDESMART2021, while supplies last.

“2020 has truly been the Worst Year Ever. This year, we maintained Zero Fatalities on our roadways for a mere 18 hours and 18 minutes,” said Zero Fatalities Program Manager Andrew Bennett. “Heading into 2021 we must do better. The Las Vegas Coalition for Zero Fatalities is encouraging Nevadans to celebrate safely and responsibly. It is imperative Nevadans remember to always ride sober because Lives are on the Line.”

To learn more about Zero Fatalities and their efforts in Nevada, please email [email protected].