‘Tis the season to make some extra cash! Veyo, a new healthcare logistics company with target service for the healthcare industry, plans to bring 1,200 earning opportunities to Phoenix Metro before the end of the year.
By offering higher per-mile rates than similar app-based transportation services and a majority of trips fall between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., this is a great gig for adults looking for seasonal work or part-time income that can be done on their own terms and without enduring the 2 a.m. bar crowd. For drivers who don’t mind the bar crowd, a Veyo workday occurs when similar services aren’t as busy and keeps workflow steady throughout the day. Stayathome parents, current drivers, nursing students, hospice workers and lifeguards who are looking to make extra cash around their own schedules are encouraged to enroll as a driver on veyo.com/drivers.
Drivers must be 23 years old, drive a car made after 2000 with a valid driver’s license and insurance, a clean record and CPR certification. Don’t worry if you’re not CPR certified — Veyo offers complimentary CPR certification training, which is good for two years, to interested drivers. Drivers can enroll at veyo.com/drivers. The first 50 drivers to enroll in November will receive a $50 gas card after they complete five trips. They must use the promo code, GASCARD, when enrolling.
Veyo is a healthcare logistics company with a healthy dose of public service. With more than 6,000 trips made daily in Phoenix, Veyo offers patients (and their insurers) nonemergency lifts to and from healthcare provider’s offices or hospital. Veyo will officially launch next January.