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10 Feb 2015
Bus operator Stagecoach Merseyside and South Lancashire is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a special promotion for people in Lancashire.
To celebrate the season of love, the company is encouraging people to take a single bus journey this February by dropping off over 10,000 free single tickets across Lancashire.
The tickets will give people a free single journey on Stagecoach routes 109 and 113 which run from Preston to Chorleyvia Leyland for two weeks.
Elisabeth Tasker, managing director for Stagecoach Merseyside and South Lancashire, said: “We want to show our passengers how special they are to us this Valentine’s Day by offering them a free journey – we’re also looking to woo people who don’t usually use the bus and hopefully persuade them to give it a try!
“Getting the bus is a great way of meeting new people. All generations take the bus and are often looking to strike up a conversation to help pass the time. We’re hoping our special ‘#StagecoachSingles’ promotion might spark off a conversation and just give people a bit of laugh on Valentine’s Day. After all, you never know who you might meet on the bus!”
For more information on the #StagecoachSinglesgiveaway visit Stagecoach’sTwitter page:@StagecoachMCSL.
Stagecoach Bus is one of the UK’s major employers, supporting around 24,000 thousand jobs across the UK and 1,209 jobs in Merseyside and South Lancashire. Over 200 hundred people completed apprenticeships with Stagecoach since 2004 and the company currently employs 150 apprentices.
The company is also one of the UK’s most sustainable bus operators and has reduced carbon emissions by 30 per cent in the last five years. All Stagecoach vehicles are fitted with eco-driving systems which lower emissions and the company has shown the biggest commitment to using 100 per cent biofuel of any UK bus operator.