A pair of Atlanta moms have opened a new rideshare service aimed at busy parents and the metro area’s one million teenagers.
Autter, which describes itself as “the first national rideshare service for teens,” officially launched Thursday in Atlanta, after running a pilot program over the summer. Co-founder Kim Crocker, a former marketing executive at American Cancer Society, told Atlanta Business Chronicle Autter had 70 families involved in the initial test and added another 30 in the first 24 hours…
Original published: 2019-01-11 13:28:18 Read the full Atlanta News here
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