Uber is Back at Sundance
Don’t worry Park City, this isn’t Uber’s debut on the red carpet. You guys were so good to us last year, we had to bring it back for the sequel! The show starts Thursday January 16th, and Uber will be rolling until the film reel runs out at 10am on January 27th. Stressed out about logistics? Don’t be. Info on coverage and pricing is here.
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We are proud to announce our partnership with Acura for this year’s festival. When you open your app in Park City, you could be one of the lucky stars to get a brand new Acura MDX as your ride to the premieres, lounges and hot events! Want a free Uber ride? Head to Acura’s spot on Heber & Main for your chance to win a free ride during the festival!
Grand entrances with Uber aren’t good for just your street cred – this year they benefit aspiring filmmakers too. UBER will donate $1 from every ride in Park City directly to the Sundance Institute! For those of you who are new to the Institute, it’s a nonprofit organization dedicated to the discovery and development of independent artists and audiences. Open up the app for your safe, stylish, and now…charitable ride!
#UberSundance VIP Giveaway
This year we’re hooking you up with some of the hottest tickets in town so you can experience the Sundance Film Festival the way you deserve to. Check out the package below for your perfect night out on the town! Winner will be announced Friday, the 17th at Noon.
Entry for 2 people (and +1’s) to #TAOParkCity Monday, January 20th!
$100 in credit for 2 people to use during the 2014 Sundance Film Festival!
Today, we are excited to announce that Uber will give $5.5M to support a new robotics faculty chair as well as three fellowships at CMU. This gift is part of a partnership we announced earlier this year. In addition, we’re pumped to be part of a growing innovation ecosystem in Pittsburgh that includes world leading research institutions and companies, as well as an increasing number of start-ups.
A new report conducted in partnership with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) reveals that when empowered with more transportation options like Uber, people are making better choices that save lives.