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Safer than hitchhiking

Posted by Courtney Hollands  November 14, 2008 03:19 PM

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When's the last time you got a free ride? I just received a press release alerting me that "Tylenol Warming Taxis" (Sounds very space age, right?) will be available at select CVS stores from noon to 8 p.m. starting Monday. Apparently these taxis will take you anywhere you need to go in the city for free. (It's all to promote the company's new Warming Liquids cold medicines.)


Here are the CVS locations where a very English looking taxi will be waiting to take you away:

— Nov. 17-23: 587 Boylston St.
— Nov. 17: 55 Summer St.
— Nov. 18: 231 Massachusetts Ave.
— Nov. 19: 631 Washington St.
— Nov. 20: 900 Commonwealth Ave.
— Nov. 21: 3 Post Office Sq.
— Nov 22: 263 Washington Street
— Nov. 23: 300 Longwood Ave.

You'll notice that the cabs stop running at 8 p.m. Smart. We wouldn't want to deal with the carousing college students either.

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