Just Eat, JCDecaux and Dublin City Council celebrate the rollout of 1,500 Just Eat dublinbikes across the city

€5,000 worth of Just Eat Gift Cards to be found at dublinbikes’ stations to celebrate the introduction of Just Eat to Dublin’s streets

Just Eat, JCDecaux and Dublin City Council today celebrate the rollout of 1,500 Just Eat dublinbikes across Dublin. Just Eat was unveiled last month as the new commercial partner of dublinbikes and today sees the rollout of the branded bikes on street. The new look features the distinctive Just Eat logo and signature colour ray. In addition, the docking station screens, service vehicles, staff uniforms and associated inventory have all been branded with the Just Eat logo and colours.  

To celebrate this important milestone for Just Eat in Ireland and for dublinbikes, Just Eat dublinbikes’ commuters will be gifted over €5,000 worth of Just Eat gift cards this morning (Monday, August 28th). These cards, with a value of €10 each, have been placed randomly in Just Eat dublinbikes baskets at stations. 

From left to right: Joanne Grant, Managing Director, (JCDecaux Ireland), Dublin’s Lord Mayor Mícheál MacDonncha, Amanda Roche Kelly, Managing Director, (Just Eat) & Richard Shakespeare (Dublin City Council)

Speaking about the rollout, Edel Kinane, Marketing Director, Just Eat Ireland said: “We are delighted to see the Just Eat dublinbikes on street today. Since the announcement of the partnership we have had fantastic feedback from our customers who see the great fit between the Just Eat and dublinbikes brands. To mark this fantastic day we are rewarding Just Eat dublinbikes’ users Just Eat gift cards so that they too can celebrate with lunch or dinner on Just Eat”.

“This unique partnership with dublinbikes allows us to have a bigger impact in the communities where we are located; connecting local restaurants with busy city commuters whilst ultimately encouraging more people to use dublinbikes to get around the city. We would like to thank Dublin City Council and JCDecaux for the smooth transition in helping roll out all 1,500 Just Eat branded bikes across 101 stations as well as a full suite of additional branded assets”. 

The dublinbikes scheme is one of the most successful public bike share schemes in the world. and is set to grow even further in partnership with Just Eat. There will be 15 new stations and 100 bikes added to the scheme when an expansion in Grangegorman is rolled out later this year.

Joanne Grant, Managing Director, JCDecaux said: “We are confident that working closely with our new commercial partner, Just Eat and by continuing our work with Dublin City Council, the Just Eat dublinbikes scheme can continue to grow. Our ambitions are to drive further membership and to work with the City Council to meet the needs of growing numbers of Dublin commuters. We believe that the synergy between the Just Eat and dublinbikes brands will help support these efforts and we look forward to harnessing all the opportunities presented over the next three years.”

To celebrate today’s roll out and in addition to the €5,000 worth of gift cards at Just Eat dublinbikes stations throughout the city, Just Eat will also be running an on air treasure hunt giving away a coveted pair of VIP weekend tickets for Electric Picnic as well as more gift cards.

Just Eat is asking bike users who find a gift card in their basket - or just those who like the new look dublinbikes - to share images on Twitter and Instagram – using #JustEatdublinbikes. The best images will be rewarded with gift cards.

Check out the "Just Eat dublinbikes Roll Out" on Youtube: http://bit.ly/2iGqYPS

For more information:

JCDecaux website: http://www.jcdecaux.ie/

Just Eat website: https://www.just-eat.ie/

Dublin City Council websitehttp://www.dublincity.ie/

Source : www.just-eat.ie

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