Kick DUIs Campaign
- They aren’t cool.
- They are soooo expensive, and
- THEY’RE PREVENTABLE.
One of Uber’s highest priorities is safety, and we pride ourselves on providing a safe and reliable ride home when you need it.
Kick DUIs Campaign
This week we’re announcing the “Kick DUIs Campaign” to raise awareness and move people from “drinking and driving” to “drinking and Ubering”. DUIs just aren’t worth the risk.
So here’s what we’re going to do:
New Uber riders:
- Download Uber from the iStore or GooglePlay.
- Signup for Uber with the code “KickDUIs“.
- Then, ride Uber for the first time between 5pm Friday – 11:59pm Sunday and receive $20 OFF your 1st Uber in ATL!
- Tweet or RT this blog with the hashtag #DrinkAndUber, now until 5pm on Friday.
- If you Tweet/RT, you’ll be eligible to win Four FREE Uber rides this weekend (5pm Friday to 11:59pm Sunday), up to $50 off each ride!
- Winner announced at 5pm, this Friday. Drink all the drinks, and ride in Uber style!
So hop to it, friends – let’s work together to nip drinking and driving in the bud, and help keep each other’s mugs off national news.
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