Royal Brothers offers relief to those stranded with a Ride Home
Royal Brothers, India’s largest mobility solutions provider has taken an important step to help people stranded in various states to return to their homes across all their 25 + cities in8 states where Royal Brothers has a presence.
After Government of India’s allowance on movement of stranded people who are unaffected by coronavirus, across state borders, Royal Brothers has announced that its fleet of high-end quality motorbikes will be available as per their intercity travel feature at a concessional rate.With this feature, anyone can start their trip with Royal Brothers’ motorbike in one city and end it in another. The company will also deliver sanitised bikes and helmets to their start location at no extra charge. The bikes will be home delivered to the rider through contactless delivery within a radius of 10 kms from the selected pick-up location. While the rider needs to have his/ her basic documentation the vehicle insurance will be taken care of by the team. The rider can also reach out to the RB team for any additional assistance they want while planning their travel back home.
Speaking on the initiative, Abhishek Chandrashekar, Co-founder & CEO, Royal Brothers, says, “As citizens of the country, it is imperative that each of us help the government and those in need with whatever resources available at our disposal. At Royal Brothers, we are happy to extend our fleet of high-end motorbikes to those from our community across the country, who are have been stranded and away from their loved ones since lockdown was implemented. Hope this effort helps them unite with their families once again!”
The team has launched an online campaign that will be visible across Instagram, Facebook and Linkedin with posts that specifically reach out to the biking community for the initiative. Apart from running a sponsored awareness campaign about intercity travel, the team is also leveraging WhatsApp to run an awareness campaign that includes a message with a link to form for inter-city transport to those stranded and in need of a safe mode of transportation to get back home. To add to this the team will also be putting up creative Instagram stories that are short-lived on the offer and carousel posts with information that people are looking for and that they can help with.
The team is also running a social media awareness campaign for essential workers and professionals who need a private vehicle for commuting.
If you have any friends or relatives who are stranded and trying to get home?Give us a call at 9019595595 and let us know their location.