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Arro to Sponsor Thanksgiving Day Parade in Houston

ARRO, Houston's Universal E-Hail App, To Sponsor Houston's H-E-B Thanksgiving Day Parade

HOUSTON, TX: (October 28, 2016) –Arro announced today that it is an official sponsor of Houston's H-E-B Thanksgiving Day Parade, one of the largest Thanksgiving events in the nation. Arro will have a presence at the parade on Thursday, November 24, which is in its 67th year and is viewed by 1.8 million people in four states.

 

Arro Houston

ARRO Provides a Convenient, Affordable and Safe Way to Hire and Pay For a Ride 

HOUSTON, TX: (October 24, 2016) – The City of Houston has finalized its contract with Arro, the highly rated e-hail app that successfully launched in New York City last year, making it the universal transportation app for Houston's for-hire vehicles. Arro, a New York City-based technology start-up incubated by the CMT Group, is dedicated to helping transform the transportation industry through consumer products and services, and offers a national e-hail app specifically for fleets and passengers.

 

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CMT Group today announces that it has partnered with TomTom, a global leader in navigation and mapping products, to deploy TomTom BRIDGE in taxi fleets across North America to improve dispatch, monitoring and customer pick up alerts. TomTom BRIDGE is a rugged navigation device built for vehicle fleets that seamlessly connects business applications with TomTom maps, traffic, and navigation software.

  cmt and mobile knowledge New York City (Wednesday October 15, 2014): Creative Mobile Technologies, LLC (CMT), the leading taxi technology provider in the United States, has announced its consolidation with Mobile Knowledge Systems, Inc., the leading for-hire-vehicle technology provider in Canada. Under the deal, the 35-year-old Canadian-based for-hire-vehicle dispatch and technology pioneer will continue to oversee support for its customers as part of the CMT corporate network, which includes media, investment, and international subsidiaries.