We tend to think that Marin Airporter passengers are the best kinds of people. We love serving the people of Marin and the Bay Area. One of the best things about working with the community is interacting with the people in it, and celebrating the unique aspects of Bay Area travel together. Many of our passengers now interact with us over social media by sharing photos and videos with us inspired by their time on one of our buses. We would love to see yours too. Please use the hashtag #marinairporter or tag us Instagram & Facebook. We love engaging with our customers using social media as it’s so easy for us to communicate with you and we can talk to an unlimited number of passengers per day. A few passengers have recommended that we use an instagram growth service to make the most of our platform. So, it’s something we’re considering so that we can continue to engage with our regular passengers and keep you informed with any news we may have, and maybe get more Instagram followers in the process. We have read many reviews, like this review of Upleap by platypusreviews.com. Reading reviews like this is something we feel is an important part of the process of choosing a growth service. So far it is comparing quite well with this combin review but all in all we are yet to fully decide whether to go ahead with it or not yet, though.
Please scroll down to see some recent examples. As you may know, celebrating San Francisco and Marin County cannot be done without appreciating the iconic landmark we drive through everyday, the Golden Gate Bridge! Riders on Marin Airporter, not only, get a comfortable view of the Marin County beauty, but also an experience by traveling right across this historic landmark.
Here are some of the best videos or posts featuring the Golden Gate Bridge that have been shared recently on our Instagram feed.
Inclement weather, no problem! A ride across the Bridge is exciting any time.
Bus windows are great for taking in the beautiful scenery from the comfort of your seat!
Dark and Raining? It’s still an experience worth sharing!
It’s not the Golden Gate Bridge, but a local favorite, recently re-named Robin Williams Tunnel. We think of this as a “double-rainbow” moment (the tunnel plus our rainbow bus).
Sometimes we have very special passengers who enjoy the Golden Gate Bridge from the front seat.
Mostly, we are honored to be part of someone’s story or artwork, and are WOWED at the outcome.