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If you have never ridden on a Pam Drive cab, you might want to give it a try. Easy to book, with drivers that are smart, neat and professional, Pam Drive is Port Harcourt’s solution to Uber.
In a bid to show community spirit, Coral Lifestyle Magazine launched a social initiative using hashtag: #MyPamDriver.
This is to draw attention to the great customer relations displayed by the business as well as their awesome drivers.
How does Pam Drive Work
Pam Drive is a cab booking app. You can download the app to your mobile device and use it to book cabs. Simply get in touch, give them your location and where you are headed and they’ll dispatch a cab to where you are.
For those who are not too keen on adding yet another app to their devices, there’s a phone number you can call. Still not comfortable with that? They have a very active WhatsApp number which you can use to book your cab.
What is remarkable about using Pam Drive is that the cars are modern and recent models (very executive), and you don’t pay any more than what you would have paid flagging down a dilapidated vehicle by the roadside. Actually, you might even pay less!
How to Participate in #MyPamDriver
Participating is simple. Go book a cab using Pam Drive for your next outing. Talk to your driver; get to know his name and what he really does for a living; how long he’s been with Pam Drive…anything really. Then Tweet about your Pam Driver using the hashtag #MyPamDriver
We’ll find you and Retweet.
This works for Instagram and Facebook too.
It’s our way of giving back to the city, connecting with each other and showing we appreciate a job well done.
Who is your Pam Driver?
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