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Bixi Toronto Corporate Programs and Sponsorship

With the expanded and improved Bixi Toronto website, there’s a lot more information about the opportunities for businesses to sponsor Bixi Toronto stations:

The cost for sponsoring a Bixi station over a 3-year term is 60,000.

From the Bixi Toronto website:

The many benefits:

  • Your company’s name or logo will be affixed to the station you sponsor
  • Your company’s logo will appear on the system map posted at your station
  • When the sponsored station is pointed to on the Google interactive map, a window will appear showing your logo and a direct link to your corporate Web site
  • You will receive ten free annual subscriptions
  • Subject to approval, you may use the BIXI name and logo 8D Technologies

If you would like to learn more, contact Sean Wheldrake by e-mail at this address: swheldra@toronto.ca

Bixi Toronto also has a lot of information online about corporations buying Bixi gift certificates for their employees:

Help your employees stay in shape while reducing greenhouse gas emissions by giving them BIXI gift certificates ($47.50 or $95, plus taxes) applicable toward annual BIXI memberships.

The first thirty minutes of each trip are included in the subscription fee, and BIXI bikes are available for use 24/7.

With BIXI, your employees can take advantage of a fast, economical, green, and healthy transportation method!

Go BIXI and your parking needs will decrease, while your company’s goodwill will increase!

To learn more, contact our customer service at 1-877-412-BIXI (2494) or by e-mail at info@toronto.bixi.com

Check out our Bixi Toronto Information Page for more info about Bixi!

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