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Bill.com Rides Strong During Bike to Work Week!

May 17, 2011

BiketoWork After a successful Earth Day Electronics Recycling Drive, Bill.com signed on for Bike to Work Week, challenging employees to reduce their daily carbon footprint during the week of May 9th

“The purpose of this activity is to get people over the hump of trying a different commute style,” said Susan Dunn, General Counsel at Bill.com. “People can see if it works for them or not.”

This isn’t a temporary activity for Dunn. She rides her bike to work regularly and encourages others who live in the area to participate. 

Bike to Work Week is not only for bike riders.  Bill.com encourages employees who live out of the area to carpool, take Caltrans or ride the bus.  This year, more than half of our employees participated and saved over 1500 miles in one short week.

“I’m glad to see so many employees on-board with this event, said Jason Bancroft, Account Manager.”  “It helps people make more conscientious decisions about their weekly commute.”

At Bill.com we are passionate about eliminating paper (and wasted time) from every aspect of the payment and invoicing process. And with individuals making small efforts by changing their commuting, payment, and invoicing process, we work together to build a more sustainable environment. We are proud to work with so many businesses that are chasing their dreams, and not paper – and helping the environment at the same time!

Did you participate in Bike to Work Week? What else does your company do to help the environment?

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