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American Dream taps Lyft as official rideshare partner

American Dream, the New Jersey super-mall set to open later this month, announced a partnership with Lyft to serve as the destination’s official rideshare partner.

The partnership includes a designated Lyft pickup and drop-off location for a seamless guest experience, as well as a monthly program giving back to New Jersey non-profit organizations.

“American Dream will offer elite service experiences throughout our property,” said Don Ghermezian, CEO, American Dream.

“From American Dream exclusives to pre-booking capabilities, our partnership with Lyft will offer convenient, comprehensive on-demand transit for guests and employees.”

“Lyft is excited to partner with American Dream to bring a new level of service to our riders,” said Eric Plummer, Market Manager of Lyft New Jersey.

“This partnership demonstrates our commitment to providing ease of transportation to New Jersey and New York residents, as well as our shared dedication to giving back to our local community.”

The Lyft pickup and drop-off location at American Dream can be easily accessed, allowing drivers to meet their riders in a dedicated space designed to create seamless arrival and departure experiences.

As a part of the multifaceted partnership, American Dream and Lyft, both integrated community partners, will select one local non-profit organization per month to receive up to $10,000 worth of complimentary tickets to an American Dream entertainment venue, along with transportation to and from the property provided by Lyft.

The first recipient for this program will be Big Brothers Big Sisters NJ.

“American Dream is a multi-modal facility, offering something bespoke to everyone,” said Debbie Patire, Senior Vice President, Marketing at American Dream.

“We are thrilled to partner with Lyft to ensure a premier travel experience for our guests and employees.”

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