Team leaders picked up team packets, grabbed a bite to eat and put their names into a drawing for a variety of prizes.
The challenge is May 11-17. That week more than 1,000 participants will choose an alternate way to get to work instead of driving alone.
“They bike, they walk, carpool. Sometimes they don’t even go to work. They telework. They commute from home. They’re on the computer and telework from home,” said Marcia Maffe, Business Commute Challenge Organizer.
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