How To Be An UberBoss: President’s Edition
Ubercade /Ub*er*cade/ /oo-bur-kade/
Noun: A baller lineup of three black vehicles, typically carrying and escorting an Uber rider.
ex. “I just took an #Ubercade to Casey Moore’s, everyone thought I was the President.”
Watch out, PHX — Ubercade is rolling in.
Ever wonder what it feels like to be the President? To have big security dudes following your every move? Well, you might just get lucky enough to experience this with our Ubercades rolling around PHX.
Monday is your chance to feel as baller as Obama by rolling around sunny Phoenix in your very own Ubercade (Secret Service agents included)! All you have to do is request an Uber on Monday, and you might just get lucky enough to ride in the Ubercade.
How To Request:
- Monday 2.18.13
- Pull up the Uber app
- Request an Uber
- You might get an #Ubercade
- Tell all your friends how awesome you are
Also — want to earn $20 Uber credit? If you end up getting that Ubercade, tweet a picture of you and your Ubercade with the following message:
Uber Secret Service
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