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001 Taxis getting you home in safe hands

8 March 2016

001 Taxis team up with the U's

Oxford United are pleased to announce a new partnership with 001 Taxis of Oxford who join the club as an Official Taxi Partner on a deal until the end of the 2016/17 season.

001 operate taxis in Oxford, Abingdon, Wheatley, and Bicester. Their range of executive vehicles and people carriers are perfect for airport transfers and whether travelling on business or pleasure 001 Taxis will provide the right service for you, taking you to your destination in comfort and style. 

To mark the partnership 001 Taxis have a special Wembley service available - fans can be picked up and dropped off at their front door from £30 per person based on 8 people traveling in 1 vehicle.

001 Taxis will be looking to help the club make it easy for fans to get to and from home games and their excellent App makes it easy to book a taxi: download the App HERE 

Andy Wooldridge, Oxford United’s Head of Corporate welcomed 001 Taxis, saying:

 “It’s fantastic to have 001 Taxis join the club’s growing list of Official Partners and great to have their support as we build up for the trip to Wembley.

“But we are also looking at this as a partnership that will grow in the future and for 001 Taxis to become a long-term partner. We’d love Oxford fans to get behind this and download the app and use 001 Taxis when travelling around the county.”

Mark Green, Managing Director of 001 Taxis added:

“I’ve been a U’s fan all my life and have some great memories of going to games at the Manor with my dad. He’s still a season ticket holder at the Kassam and I join him as often as I can. 

“We are delighted to be associating ourselves with one of the biggest names in the county. While we are keen to show our support of the boys at Wembley, we are looking forward to building a long-term association with the club.”

Remember the number:  01865 24 00 00

Pictured is Mark Green and Aaron Singh, joined by U’s stoppers Sam Slocombe and Benji Buchel. 


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