Commute and compete

. April 24, 2013.
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This spring lower your carbon footprint, get some exercise and save some cash by participating in A2’s Commuter Challenge 2013. Organizations and workplaces of similar size or individuals can compete from May 1-31 in Weekly Spirit Challenges, random prize drawings and an overall prize for the highest level of participation. Leave the car in the garage and take the bus, carpool, walk or bike to the office. Visit the website for a full list of events, prize categories and to register. 734-214-0100.
www.getdowntown.org—JG

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