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Crowdsourced bus co., Rally Bus partners with MLB's Rays

Posted on June 26, 2015

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Rally Bus, a crowd-powered technology platform that brings people together to enjoy trips to popular destinations and events on high-end buses, formed a strategic partnership with Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays.

With the agreement, Rally Bus offers luxury bus transportation to and from the Rays’ home games at Tropicana Field and in exchange gains advertising, marketing and promotional exposure in-venue, as well as a summer-long presence on the state-wide Rays Radio Network and the team’s flagship radio station.

“We are excited to be partnering with the Tampa Bay Rays on this season-long initiative to help expand and enhance the overall game-day experience for Rays fans,” says Numaan Akram, founder/CEO of Rally Bus. “We’re making it easier and fun for fans to spend a day or night at the ballpark, helping friends get together so they can go together, have a great time and avoid the hassles with conventional travel options.”

Rays fans can go online at RallyBus.net or download the Rally Bus app for iOS, Android and Windows to reserve seats. They can share trips and invite friends through all social platforms to help ensure that a sufficient number of reservations are reached, which triggers a bus to be ordered. They can even suggest stops along the way. Fans get to enjoy the excitement of an event before the event even begins and travel to the game in comfortable, high-end buses, avoiding traffic congestion, tolls and parking.

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