Lucky To Go is set to become the first ride-share company to launch in Kelowna, and drivers are needed to join its growing fleet.
Its vehicles are set to hit the road on Canada Day, and there are plenty of perks when you drive for Lucky To Go.
For starters, the Victoria-based company will be putting the most amount of money in drivers’ pockets because its commission rates are the lowest in the industry.
Secondly, Lucky To Go is offering a $200 bonus to the first 50 drivers who come on board. They will be required, of course, to stick with the company for a while before receiving the bonus. Drivers will also receive $100 if they refer another driver to the company.
Thirdly, drivers will have the ability to put even more cash in their pocket by delivering food when they’re not transporting people to their destinations. The Lucky To Go app has both a ride-share and food-delivery option, so drivers can essentially double dip during their shifts.
“A lot of people who are out on the road would rather make money while they’re on the road,” Lucky To Go founder Mandeep Rana says.
Finally, Lucky To Go drivers are able to pick their own schedules and work whenever they want.
Rana and other Lucky To Go executives are in Kelowna this weekend and on Saturday will be conducting a driver orientation program for enrolled and qualified ride-hailing drivers for Kelowna and Kamloops.
The orientation session will take place from 2 to 6 p.m. at Ramada Kelowna Hotel & Conference Centre.
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