Newcastle Taxi Firm Easter Eggstravaganza

April 18, 2019

North East taxi firm, Budget Taxis, is giving away chocolate eggs to St Cuthbert’s Care charity as well as its own customers this Easter.

The ‘Easter Car’ campaign hopes to bring a smile to customers’ faces and provide them with a sweet treat.

Charitable Donations

Newcastle-based St Cuthbert’s Care, caters to vulnerable members of the community, including the elderly and people with profound disabilities.

St Cuthbert’s Care staff are overwhelmed with the generosity shown by the friendly taxi service.  The charity currently runs five residential care homes for children from the age of seven up to seventeen, alongside support to other community members who require additional needs.

Nicola Milne, Relationship Manager of St Cuthbert’s Care, said:  “We’ve got 35 children living within our care and they would love to receive Easter eggs from Budget Taxis.

“We appreciate that is a fair few Easter eggs and are happy to receive whatever Budget Taxis are able to donate.

“We really appreciate their support.”

Easter Eggcitment

Budget Taxis, who operate in the Northumberland and Sunderland area, will also be giving free eggs to those who book a journey using the Budget Taxi’s ride-hailing mobile app. Customers must book rides between 10am and 2pm on the 17th and 18th of April.

Budget Taxis’ Manager, John Robinson, said:  “We’re doing our best to help in the community in whichever way we can. Our customers deserve a treat this Easter and we want to be the ones to give them that.

“We’ve created the Easter Car campaign in the hope that it will bring a smile to our customer’s faces.  They’re the highlight of our day and we want to give something back to them.”

Customers can claim their egg by registering their details on the downloadable app and users simply click ‘EGG’, located, at the bottom home page when booking their cab.

Their free chocolate egg can be tracked until it’s delivered direct to their door to enjoy.

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