Uber Atlanta Riders 2.0

While Atlanta’s own Jermaine Dupri bested everyone as Rider Zero, the darlings of Atlanta’s growing tech scene wouldn’t sit idly by. Not to be outdone, our Rider 2.0’s represented for the ATL’s tech world as Scoutmob CEOs, David Payne and Michael Tavani, and Mailchimp cofounders Ben Chestnut and Dan Kurzius snagged their own secret Ubers. Atlanta loves its tech just as much as it loves its music.


David and Michael eagerly awaited their secret Ubers to visit two ATL institutions that have a special place in their hearts –  Elliot Street Pub and Octane Coffee where the guys basically ran their company until they got their own awesome offices!


Ben and Dan preferred the finger-licking deliciousness of Daddy D’z BBQ JOYNT, cause who doesn’t love BBQ?

Now get to UBERing Atlanta, you’ve earned it!!

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