Earlier this month, the Columbus City Council, with the leadership of Council President Zach Klein, took action to update existing ridesharing rules in Columbus.
With the City Council acknowledging that the majority of partners drive less than 10 hours per week, this modernized approach puts drivers first, making it easier for people to earn money when they want while also allowing users to push a button and get a ride.
Brr…it’s cold out there, Cleveland! Looking for an excuse to stay indoors and sample over 350 craft beers with your closest friends? We’ve got you covered! This year, we teamed up with Cleveland Winter Beerfest to provide five lucky winners the chance to win two Early Admission tickets to next weekend’s beerfest at the Cleveland Convention […]
(614) Magazine’s Restaurant Week is a standing tradition in the Arch City’s culinary scene. The week-long event, which runs from January 18-23, attracts thousands of local foodies who brave the tundra-like temps to dine at some of the best restaurants Columbus has to offer, all for a great cause. This year, we’re making your Restaurant […]
Ricky Smith shows us just how simple and easy it can be to turn someone’s day around.
Cincinnati, are you ready for some football? Huddle up for some exciting news. We’re giving away 2 pairs of tickets to this Saturday’s BIG game! That’s right, you could be sitting on the sidelines as Cincinnati takes on Pittsburgh! HOW TO TACKLE THE TICKETS: Simply follow @Uber_OHIO and tweet the provided messages, using the links below, and […]
A new year means new resolutions, so to kick off 2016, we caught up with a few of those who helped provide rides across Ohio this past holiday season to learn what’s topping their lists. From hitting the gym to saving for a vacation, read on to find out how they use the Uber platform […]