Saturday, August 19, 2017

Historic Austin Bed and Breakfast Celebrates its 3rd Year by Offering Free Rides to Guests from the Airport

Fasten your seat belts: The innkeepers at The Fairview in downtown Austin are celebrating their 3rd year running the bed and breakfast by teaming up with RideAustin to offer guests free transportation from the Austin–Bergstrom International Airport to the B&B.

“We see a lot of guests who want to have an authentic Austin experience but use one of the run-of-the-mill ride-sharing apps to hail a ride,” said Jimi Ballard, who co-owns The Fairview bed and breakfast with his wife. “We work really hard to provide a truly localized stay and partnering with RideAustin makes a lot of sense,” added Vivian.

RideAustin is an Austin-based non-profit ride-sharing app. Starting September 15th, on The Fairview’s anniversary date, a special promo code will enable guests to travel from the airport to the property for free. The partnership is expected to last indefinitely.

“We’re seeing true grassroots support from all sorts of Austin businesses. The Fairview is a special place in the heart of Travis Heights, and we’re proud they’ve chosen RideAustin as their rideshare partner. We are excited about the camaraderie we’re finding among businesses in Austin,” expressed Bobbi Kommineni, Vice President - Operations & Strategic Programs with RideAustin.

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