Hark! Who (Po)Goes There?

  Over the past year since we launched our app Pogo Rides, we’ve been proclaiming the benefits, and the barriers to carpooling.   But now, with hundreds of schools and

The Overscheduled Child vs The Overwhelmed Parent: Who wins?

  Have you ever questioned whether or not you were a lazy parent?   Well I do—almost on a daily basis.   Example—this weekend, my four-year-old daughter had soccer practice

Safety First: The most important question you ask us at Pogo

  During the past month we quickly noticed a shift in Pogo activity as parents geared up for back to school. We’ve tripled our user base from July 1st to

Labor Day for Mothers only Exists in the World of Unicorns

Labor Day.   Such an interesting phenomenon for parents.   It’s a day in honor of working people. Banks and government buildings are closed. Schools are closed. It’s meant to

Look for the Helpers

“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who

Is the thought of driving your kids to school and sports eclipsing your normally sunny disposition? With Pogo, you’ll be over the moon.

  Chances are most of your time today was spent either:   hearing about the eclipse (the analyzing and breaking down from every possible angle): prepping for the eclipse (chasing

Turning #CarpoolWoes into Carpool “Whoas!”

  Today I received an online carpool registration form from my kiddos’ school (along with a flurry of other emails that I’ll skim and then most likely not remember the

Walking School Bus: Let’s Get Moving!

There’s nothing like summer in Seattle.   Blue skies, perfect temperature, and lots and lots of folks enjoying the outdoors after the previous nine months of rain. (Except maybe not

Summer “Vacation” for Parents: What’s That?!

It’s August 1st, which means if you’re a parent of school-age children, you’ve had approximately 55 days of summer vacation.   Feeling rested? Refreshed? Invigorated?   We’re guessing the answer

Earn money driving the places you’re already going

  26.07.2017   pogoadmin   Uncategorized   No comments

Pogo at its heart is about bringing more transportation options to families from resources that are all around us within our own communities – trusted groups like our neighborhoods and the