Being part of a community means giving back. As Uber continues to connect Oahu to reliable rides, we look for ways to make a greater impact right here in Hawaii. Together with the Whole Foods Market and Hawaii Foodbank, we invite you to give back by leaving your car at home and let Uber get you to and […]
In the spirit of the upcoming holiday season we wanted to thank our loyal riders. Use the code “WeAreWard16” and take a ride to or from Ward Village from now until December 24th and be entered to win a $500 gift card weekly! Indulge in all that Ward Village has to offer, and let Uber […]
To help the National Federation of the Blind of Hawaii celebrate White Cane Day, Uber in Hawaii is donating $1 of each ride taken on uberASSIST between October 1 through October 15 to the National Federation for the Blind of Hawaii!
Whether you are headed to work, home from the bar or a friend’s house, or playing tourist on the weekends — you deserve to ride safely. We’re continuing our series called “Why I Ride”, which highlights our top riders in the community. We will be showcasing a handful of entrepreneurs, community leaders and some recognizable local […]
We recently had the chance to catch up with Calvin, a full-time AutoCad detailer, to find out why he drives!
They’re your neighbors. They’re your friends. They’re members of your community. And they drive with Uber for the flexible income opportunity it provides.
Uber and Sultan Ventures are bringing you UberPITCH – the elevator pitch on-demand. Got 15 minutes and a good business idea? Submit it today, then request UberPITCH on September 13.
We recently had the chance to catch up with Bree, the President of Klick Communications HI, to find out why she rides!
With back to school in full swing, we want you to get a head start this school year and help you through the rest of your semester. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Jack in the Box to give you free burgers and a free ride! Request ‘JACK’ today, August 26th from 10am to 3pm and […]
We recently had the chance to catch up with Susan, originally from New Hampshire and who has lived for 18 months in Honolulu, to find out why she drives!