Female leaders, Glowstaches, and lots more #LyftLove dominated the headlines recently. Here's your top Lyft news.
Women 2.0 Awards
We’re passionate about equality and being a brand that every person can feel safe using. Thank you to Women 2.0 for letting us sponsor their Culture Creator Award at their sold-out ceremony.
Future of the Sharing Economy
Katie Couric interviews John Zimmer about Lyft and the future of the sharing economy. Watch as they talk overcoming roadblocks, creating a community, and famous mustaches.
Deaf Drivers Choose Lyft
Lyft drivers are the friendliest around, but this subgroup is also educating others and breaking down barriers they’ve traditionally faced. Deaf drivers relish Lyft’s interface and are driving in record numbers. The SF Gate has a feature on why so many deaf drivers choose Lyft and what a positive impact Lyft has had on the deaf community.
Evolution of the 'Stache
The pink mustache has changed along with Lyft. As the Glowstache continues rolling out nationwide, Wired takes a look at the history of our icon, its future, and how it became a symbol of community.
Glowstache Driver Rallies
With the January launch, drivers rallied together nationwide to receive their Glowstaches (plus music, local cuisine, car detailing, and a taste of the amazing Lyft community).
Driving You Happy
Check out the national ad campaign rolling out. 2015 is the year of Lyft.
Female Leaders Spur Growth
Silicon Valley has never been known for its gender diversity, but Lyft is proud to have women in almost half the executive slots. Fast Company takes a look at Lyft’s top female executives, why having women in the top roles creates a more balanced company, and how diversity positively impacts Lyft’s decision-making.
At the Grammys, a Lyft to Remember
When four friends requested a Lyft, they didn’t realize it would take them to VIP seats to the Grammys. Watch what happens when they get one of Lyft & MasterCard’s #PricelessSurprises.
Simpsons Episode Features Friendly Rideshare Company
In Sunday’s episode of The Simpsons, we were delighted to see Marge Simpson give rideshare driving a try. Word on the street is that she’s “prompt, courteous, and a joy to ride with.” Sounds like America's cartoon sweetheart would make a 5-star Lyft driver.
Steve Harvey Meets LoveLyft
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