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TRIDE offers free rides to job interviews for people in Lawton

LAWTON, OK (KSWO)- A ride-sharing company that launched in Lawton this year is offering free rides for unemployed people to get to job interviews.

The Tulsa-based company "TRIDE" announced the program this weekend. They are offering the free rides to all unemployed people in Tulsa, Austin, Wichita Falls, Corpus Christi, Bartlesville, and Lawton.

TRIDE co-founder said in a press release that they wanted to be part of the solution in driving down unemployment in their communities.

There is a vetting process for the people who want to take advantage of this program. For more info, email ridestojobs@ridetride.com.

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