UTA conquers Twitter, sends riders on hunt for free stuff
There's a joke in here somewhere about UTA being the Utah Twitter Authority, but don't let the potential humor distract you from the free stuff. They're hiding labeled boxes with all sorts of goodies inside, including $50 FAREPAY cards, at bus and rail stops all throughout the UTA system starting Tuesday and going through Friday. Free transportation isn't easy to come by, so it would be pretty rad to find one of those cards.
@RideUTA) https://twitter.com/RideUTA/statuses/476435920015851520">June 10, 2014
Whatever you do, though, don't go looking on roads or on the tracks. They definitely won't be in those kinds of dangerous places. Also, if you're worried about these boxes being mistaken for one of those scary "suspicious packages" that sometimes cause problems, then good for you for keeping your wits about you. But they're going to be labeled pretty well, according to UTA, so you needn't worry.
https://twitter.com/tnotn">@tnotn Someone call Homeland Security. ;p— Sawyer Pangborn (@spangborn) https://twitter.com/spangborn/statuses/476445661378785280">June 10, 2014
@RideUTA) https://twitter.com/RideUTA/statuses/476445833010114560">June 10, 2014
But if you do find one, tweet @RideUTA a pic with your prize and the hashtag #UTAwinner.
Here's the first location.
@RideUTA) https://twitter.com/RideUTA/statuses/476445305450532865">June 10, 2014
Good luck and Busspeed. Get it? Instead of Godspeed? Ah, whatever. Go find some free stuff.
David Self Newlin