Jitney Celebrates Its 40th

The winning Hampton Jitney design by Lynn Mara, Eddie Duque, Stephanie Baloghy, and Francis Quigley.

The Hampton Jitney, an old friend to many on the South Fork, is inviting its passengers to celebrate its 40th anniversary and surprising some on its buses with free beach towels, luggage tags, and Hampton Classic tickets.

The business has also announced winners of the Design a Jitney contest. The entry of Lynn Mara, Eddie Duque, Stephanie Baloghy, and Francis Quigley has been selected as the most creative and will be used as a motorcoach wrap for a Hampton Jitney fleet vehicle to keep the celebration going throughout the year. The winners also received complimentary Hampton Jitney tickets.

The Hampton Jitney is also working with Fighting Chance of Sag Harbor and GoodCircle. Over the next month, Hampton Jitney will donate one-way tickets to the Fighting Chance transportation program for cancer patients who require travel to New York City for treatments that they cannot find on the East End. For every $10 donated to Fighting Chance through its GoodCircle crowdfunding campaign, Hampton Jitney will donate a one-way ticket.