Right now, thousands of shoppers (like you) are scouring the web for discounts as the retail frenzy that is Black Friday. For the many more of you who prefer to shop offline and have been queuing outside stores across the capital hoping to snap up a cheap 4k TV, or a fancy new tablet, we’ve got you covered.
Like everybody else, we absolutely love Black Friday. It’s so great, in fact, that you can completely ignore that chill in the air, and forget about the fact that it’s only going to get colder. We’d love to keep you warm and well, so we’re giving the gift of comfort. All this Black Friday weekend we’re randomly giving our customers FREE TRIPS!
Anytime you book with Green Tomato Cars this weekend you could get a free and warm trip home in a Wi-Fi enable car to make that cooler temperature seem, well, not so miserable and threatening.
Relevant news articles
Hybrid and Electric cars: What you need to knowDecember 7th, 2017 • Debora Irene Christine •
Amid the popularity of hybrid and electric cars, many still do not recognise the edges of the two or understand their differences. So, here is a simple guide explaining both types of car that epitomise the future of the transportation industry!
Leading cities with groundbreaking environmental innovationsDecember 4th, 2017 • Debora Irene Christine •
With growing concerns toward climate risks on one hand and sceptical attitude toward existing regional and global environmental treaties, cities around the world have relied more on local intervention programmes and initiatives to address domestic environmental problems. Collaborating with local communities and public-private partnerships, leading cities across the globe have introduced a variety of green initiatives which whilst being context-specific, set examples for other cities which share similar environmental problems and characteristics.
And the Award for Best Standing Ovation goes to…..November 30th, 2017 • Jonny Goldstone •
At Green Tomato Cars, we are happy and humbled to have won our fair share of awards over the years – in the transport industry but equally for innovation, environmental responsibility and our contribution to London more broadly. That’s not to say we don’t still want to win, or that we don’t mind when we get pipped to the post.