Thursday, May 16, 2013

SuperShuttle Launches "Destination Deals"

It's always nice to feel appreciated as a consumer and now SuperShuttle, the nation's largest airport ground transportation company, is offering its customers the opportunity to purchase local and national discounts on dining, entertainment and shopping through its partner Deem's Offers Network.

These customized Destination Deals on goods and services are sourced from Deem's™ syndicated commerce network, which currently has more than 1.2 million local and national merchants–ranging in category from dining, entertainment, and travel to shopping, wellness, and beauty. Available now, SuperShuttle customers will have access to Destination Deals with deals for event tickets, restaurant, nightlife, and more. SuperShuttle customers will have access to these deals on the road or even at home with deals on everyday purchases–everything from food to beauty treatments to carpet cleaning.

"SuperShuttle customers are some of the hardest travelers in the world. We feel they deserve and will enjoy relevant offers from us that provide added value to their travel experience. In addition, customers booking online through can also earn airline points and miles on participating carriers including: Delta Air Lines SkyMiles®, Frontier Airlines EarlyReturns®, Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards®, United Airlines Mileage Plus®, or US Airways Dividend Miles® programs," said Ken Testani, senior vice president of global marketing & partnerships for SuperShuttle and ExecuCar. "We want our customers to know we appreciate their business. We hope they enjoy this new opportunity for discounts when they are at home or away."

SuperShuttle International, is a division of Veolia Transportation On Demand. SuperShuttle serves 39 airports, three airports in France, and Cancun, Mexico and seven harbors in the US. carrying more than eight million passengers a year. Airports served by SuperShuttle include some of the largest in the country including Los Angeles, New York, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Washington, D.C., and Miami.

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