GroundLink Introduces Ride Now On-Demand Service In Dallas

Posted on May 12, 2017
Dallas skyline (Wikimedia Commons photo)

Dallas skyline (Wikimedia Commons photo)

NEW YORK — GroundLink, a global black car service that combines 24/7 customer service with leading technology to deliver safe, reliable transportation in major cities around the world, has launched its Ride Now app-based, on-demand service to the Dallas-Ft. Worth metro area.

The service expands the company’s footprint in the Dallas markets and offers rides within as little as 20 minutes of making a request.

To encourage Dallas/Ft. Worth residents and travelers to the area to experience, GroundLink’s new on-demand service, the company is offering 20% off all rides booked from now through June using the GroundLink app and promo code: DAFTW20.
For Ride Now service, customers simply open GroundLink’s mobile app, select the location where they would like to be picked up and dropped off and then select Ride Now. Once booked, the customer can watch in real-time as their driver is on the way to their location. The app allows customers to see a full price breakdown of their trip prior to booking and rates are locked in. Once the ride is in progress, customers can track their car and communicate directly with their driver.

“As Dallas is a growth market for us and a top business destination for our customers, we are extremely pleased to make it our third on-demand market as we continue to expand and rollout this service across the country,” said Liz Carisone, CEO of GroundLink.

About GroundLink
GroundLink is a global black car service that combines 24/7 customer service with leading technology to deliver a safe, reliable and professional chauffeured black car service ride, in major cities around the world.  GroundLink offers a multiple booking platform for its consumer and corporate clients that includes its website (www.groundlink.com), its iPhone or Android app, and its 24/7 Customer Service Center (855) 463-7150.

Related Topics: apps, business expansion, Dallas operators, GroundLink, on-demand service, Texas operators, vehicle apps

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