See a New VIP Taxi at the Children’s Museum of Phoenix Before it Goes to Sky Harbor Airport May 1st

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Come see VIP Taxi this Saturday at the Phoenix Children's Museum, kids will be able to sit in the drivers seat, see the technology in the car and a rep from VIP Taxi will be on hand.

Come see VIP Taxi this Saturday at the Phoenix Children's Museum, kids will be able to sit in the drivers seat, see the technology in the car and a rep from VIP Taxi will be on hand.

“We’re excited to be invited out to show the kids up close a real live taxi,” said Eric Mulvin about the upcoming event. “As a father to a young child, I know how much kids love all kinds of cars and VIP Taxi is pretty recognizable around Phoenix plus there is a lot of technology inside,”

PHOENIX April 27, 2018

This weekend, from 9 am to 1 pm, come out to the Children’s Museum of Phoenix with your kids for the final weekend of transportation month. This Saturday only, kids and their families will be able to see a brand new 2018 Toyota Prius Taxi from VIP Taxi, one of this weekend’s participants from the community. Eric Mulvin from VIP Taxi will be on hand to help answer questions and let kids sit behind the wheel for pictures.

Children will have the opportunities to ask questions about the various vehicles and see the outside and inside of these vehicles as well. Children and their parents can learn more about how the vehicle is used and what is is used for, as well as receiving information from the organizations who are providing the vehicles to check out!

“We’re excited to be invited out to show the kids up close a real live taxi,” said Eric Mulvin about the upcoming event. “As a father to a young child, I know how much kids love all kinds of cars and VIP Taxi is pretty recognizable around Phoenix and Tucson, plus there is a lot of technology inside these cars so we can teach some of the technology like our camera systems and smart tablets.”

It will be a rare opportunity to see such a new taxi up close, starting next week, May 1st, VIP Taxi is launching 24/7 cab service at Sky Harbor Airport after being awarded a contract by the City of Phoenix late last year. The taxi on hand at the Children’s Museum of Phoenix is one of dozens of brand new hybrid vehicles at each terminal, several equipped with automatic braking technology and air pollution sensors for environmental testing.

This is the first time since 2009 that a new taxi company has operated Sky Harbor Airport.

About VIP Taxi:
VIP Taxi is a local, family owned business serving Metro Phoenix and Tucson since 2007. VIP Taxi uses a modern fleet and transportation technology including smart tablets, friendly and professional drivers who will open the door or help load your groceries. VIP Taxi also has live cameras in all the cabs, 24/7 live phone support, online booking, smart phone apps, no surge pricing, payment with cash or card and more. As of May 1st, VIP Taxi is offering 24/7 service at Sky Harbor Airport. To learn more visit VIPtaxi.com or call or text (602) 300-3000.

About The Children’s Museum of Phoenix:
The Children’s Museum of Phoenix, among the top three of children’s museums in the country (Early Childhood Education Zone), is located in the historic Monroe School Building at 215 N. 7th Street in downtown Phoenix. The Museum offers 3 full floors of hands-on, fun and educational activities for children ages birth to 10. The mission of the Museum is to engage the minds, muscles and imaginations of children and the grown-ups who care about them. The Museum is open Tuesdays through Sundays, 9am to 4pm. Admission is $12 per person, Members and children under the age of 1 are free. The Children’s Museum of Phoenix is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. For more information visit ChildrensMuseumOfPhoenix.org.

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