Beirut, Lebanon – November 2017: Careem, the leading ride-hailing service in the Middle East and North Africa, introduces its customers to an exclusive car type through the famous classic Taxi “Aziza”, created for Lebanon Independence Day.
Customers will get a chance to experience the patriotic ride, in a Lebanese themed car owned by the Lebanese 40 year old “Akram Said” who painted the car’s interior and exterior with the colors of the Lebanese flag and decorated it with six thousands local coins, to roam the streets of Beirut spreading patriotic vibes and love to his country.
Akram will be provide an unforgettable patriotic journey to every Careem customer who would like to celebrate Independence Day in an unconventional way from 21 Nov 2017 to 22 Nov 2017.
Commenting on the occasion, the Managing Director of Emerging Markets at Careem, Ibrahim Manna, said: “Our customers are very important to us and we want to provide them with the latest innovative experiences. We are excited to introduce our exclusive car type during Lebanon’s Independence week the famous classic Taxi “Aziza” – where our customers will be able to be part of the Lebanon’s celebration. We want everyone to enjoy the benefits of using our app.”
Careem is the region’s leading ride-hailing service, providing reliable, safe, and affordable transportation choices via a mobile app, on the web, and through a call center. Careem is a pioneer in the region’s ‘sharing economy.’ Its mission is to make people’s lives simpler, create millions of jobs, and to BeCareem – to be kind, generous, and inspiring as it moves the region towards better living. Established in July 2012, Careem operates in more than 80 cities across 13 countries in the broader Middle East, including North Africa, Turkey, and Pakistan.
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