Silicon Valley’s uberX Rider Zero: Aaron Levie
The peninsula asked, and we listened: You can now request a low-cost Uber ride anywhere in the South Bay!
Yesterday, Box CEO and longtime Uber fan Aaron Levie took the inaugural Silicon Valley uberX trip. Aaron’s passions for enterprise software and unapologetic tweets are already the stuff of South Bay legend, but now the self-described “Lead Magician” at Box has one more trick up his sleeve. The Uber team met him and driver Mukhtar at Box HQ in Los Altos and snapped some pics before he headed off to his lunch meeting in style.
Want to experience the magic for yourself? Toggle the vehicle slider in your app over to “uberX” for Uber convenience at everyday prices. In under ten minutes, you’ll be cruising El Camino in a hybrid or midrange car. From San Francisco to San Jose, uberX is better, faster, and cheaper than a taxi.
With a full range of vehicle options — uberX, UberBLACK, and UberSUV — at their fingertips, South Bay residents can rely on Uber for all their transportation needs. Getting around the tech capital of the world just got a little slicker.
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