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<b>UPDATED: </B>Blog Promotion - XTreme Winter Commuting


That's a dedicated winter commuter!


From 4x4s to studded bike tires, snowshoes, and a lot of telecommuting I feel very confident in Commuter Central readers - when Snowmaggedon 2011 strikes, you will most certainly be ready!

With no further ado, here are our "Grand Prize" winners:

Debbie N - Who told us she prefers to stay home and telecommute, but when she has to get to the office during the snow, she's looking for someone else to drive.  Smart lady!

Snow won't stop commenter Nhu, who told us she plans to use TriMet or if it gets too crazy out there she'll "strap on the boots and as Bob Marley says 'let my feet be my carriage'"  Bob Marley in snow boots, hmmmm....

Commenter Marlena said she doesn't care if it's snowing, raining, sunning, or anything in between.  She's parking and riding that Green Line MAX train all the way to work.  Kudos for consistency Marlena!

I won't list all 20 Commuter Central readers who won a free download of the Bike Map app - they've all received emails from Steve Jobs himself already!

Stay tuned for the next blog promo where we'll give away more incentives for commuting smart!


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January 17, 2011 at 9:16 AM

I say let it snow. Max is mostly reliable so i say tough it out and get to work on xtreme winter days.



January 19, 2011 at 8:28 AM

If TriMet (MAX, busses) runs, then there is no excuse for not going to work. (I sure would love to find an excuse to stay home on a snowy day and frolic in the white fluff with my dogs.)

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