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El Camino Trailways, Accelar, 49ers launch shuttle

Posted on October 29, 2009

On Wednesday, South San Francisco-based El Camino Trailways, the San Francisco 49ers and Accelar, a Silicon Valley-based Internet Website design and marketing company,  announced a comprehensive joint marketing agreement to create, develop and promote alternative transportation and 49ers game day packages for fans wanting to attend games at Candlestick Park from various locations across Northern California.

 

El Camino Trailways will operate the 49ersShuttle Express Service. The coach carrier also has transportation and ticket packages available including game day tickets, tail-gate party tickets and express shuttle service tickets.

 

Accelar is a Silicon Valley-based Travel-2.0 start-up company, delivering Internet solutions to the Group Travel Services market. The company has launched a new portal 49ersShuttle.com to deliver 49ers fans a new, interactive Game Day transportation alternative with on-line forums, fan generated content, fan organized communities and an e-commerce solution for purchase of various 49ers Game Day transportation and hospitality packages including Ultimate, Supreme, Premium and Value Packages.

 

For more information about El Camino Trailways stops and to purchase ticket packages, please visit http://www.49ersshuttle.com/Default.aspx, a portal powered by Accelar.

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