Bus Rider Rewards
Bus Rider Rewards Program
Sponsored by Williamson Inc - Powered by Hytch Rewards™
Students can take safer & cleaner commutes with Hytch Rewards.
Hytch Rewards is a free smartphone app for iPhone and Android that tracks and rewards users when they share rides with people they know.
The partnership with Williamson County Schools and Williamson Inc is the first-of-its-kind incentive program that rewards high school students to ride the bus instead of taking personal vehicles.
By rewarding students to ride the bus and reduce the number of single occupancy vehicles on the road we are able to improve overall safety for students and reduce carbon emissions and congestion caused by school-related traffic.
High school students at Brentwood, Page and Summit High Schools who download the app can participate in the bus rider rewards program and earn cash rewards sponsored by Williamson Inc. Students must be at least 13 years old and have access to a Paypal account in order to earn and redeem cash rewards
Still have questions? We've got answers!
What is a Hytch promo code?
Promo codes allow people belonging to a certain group to earn rewards not available to the general public.
Does my child need to use a promo code?
Nope! All your child has to do to earn rewards is Hytch with someone else on the bus.
How do rewards work?
Williamson Inc. is sponsoring .03 ¢ a mile for students who Hytch on school buses riding to and from Brentwood, Page and Summit High Schools.
What challenge does Williamson County School & Williamson Inc hope to overcome through this partnership?
“We recognize that there are traffic congestion issues around many of our schools, and we want to work with any organization trying to reduce traffic in our school zones.” WCS Superintendent Dr. Mike Looney
If you experience a problem with your Hytch, you can communicate with us directly by filling out the support form found here.
Pro-tip #1 - You can contact the support team through the app on the "Help" page.
Pro-tip #2 - Read through the Hytch FAQ’s to troubleshoot known issues.