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Commute Smart B2B Challenge 2022 – May 1 – 31

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BIKE. CARPOOL. WALK. TELECOMMUTE. RIDE THE BUS. WIN!

The Commute Smart B2B Challenge invites all employers located in Seacoast NH to compete for the honor of having the smartest, greenest commuting workforce. There are great prizes, trophies, social media buzz, and the exhilarating thrill of victory!

This competition is all about getting more people to use sustainable transportation like biking, riding the bus, carpooling, vanpooling, walking or telecommuting.
We encourage participating employers to designate team captains to recruit and cheer on the team members

EVERYONE WINS by saving money, lowering stress and doing something good for the environment. The teamwork feels great, too!

What is CommuteSmart?

CommuteSMART Seacoast is a Transportation Management Association (TMA) that promotes smart commuting options like carpooling, vanpooling, riding the bus, bicycling, walking and teleworking. Our mission is to support a livable and economically vibrant greater Seacoast community.

We are funded by the Federal Department of Transportation and the NH Turnpike Authority and sponsored by COAST (Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation).

How it Works

  • Make an account on the CommuteSmart NH app.
  • step2Encourage your co-workers to sign up as well!
  • step3Explore the app, and start logging! You can begin earning incentives right away.
  • step4Challenge kicks off on May 1. Any trips logged in the month of May count towards the challenge.
  • step5Participants log trips
  • #CommuteToWinShare on social media
  • step7Results are tallied
  • step8Win and celebrate!

Prizes

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Prizes will be awarded in the following categories:

  • Reduced Car Trips. The grand prize will go to one company in each size category (small, medium, large, extra large, extra extra large). Reduced trips is defined as the number of vehicle trips not taken during the challenge period. So, for example, if you were in a vanpool with six others, and logged your trip, that would count as 5 reduced trips.
  • Most Social Media Buzz. A prize will go to the company that creates the greatest amount of social buzz about the challenge, measured by the number of posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

For a post to qualify you must:
• Include the hashtag, #CommuteToWin
• State your company name somewhere within your post
• Tag us. Our handles are @commutesmartseacoast (Facebook),
@commuteSMART2(Twitter) and @commutesmart (Instagram)

And, EVERYONE who logs their smart commuting trips will be eligible for swag and raffles throughout the challenge period.

How to Participate

All employers located in the greater Seacoast region of NH are eligible to participate. Interested employers should encourage their employees to make an account via the CommuteSmart NH app. Contest guidelines can be found online (link pending).

If you have questions, please contact Shayna Sylvia,  co-manager of CommuteSMART Seacoast at info@commutesmartseacoast.org.

Please support our past raffle prize donors!

Adelle’s Coffee House

Attrezzi

Big Bean, Newmarket

Bull Moose Records

Ceo’s Gelato Bistro

Ceres Bakery

Cisco

Colonial Bicycle

dh Ostrander, Goldsmith

Gundalow Company

Jumpin Jays Fish Cafe

Lil’s Cafe

Margaritas

The Music Hall

NH Coffee Roasting

Paddy’s American Grill

Port City Coffee Roasters

River House

Riverworks

Roundabout

Runner’s Alley

Seacoast Science Center

Teatotaller

Terra Cotta Pasta

The Goat

Timberland

 

Teams That Participated in 2021

B2W Software
Flatbread
Gundalow Company
Harbour Light Strategic Marketing
Heinemann Publishing
HubSpot
IAPP
Dover Public Library
Lonza
LTC Partners
McLane Middleton – Newington
NEMO Equipment
Oak Point Associates
Papa Wheelies Bike Shop
Portsmouth – City Hall
Portsmouth High School
Portsmouth Middle School
Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
Riverside Rest Home
Rockingham Planning Commission
Seacoast Science Center
Strafford Regional Planning Commission
UNH – Dept. Molecular, Cellular and Biomedical Sciences
UNH – Library
UNH – Paul College of Business & Economics