Delivering Pelotonia Yard Signs With CEO & Uber Driver-Partner Doug Ulman

This August, thousands of Central Ohioans will take to their bike in the spirit of achieving One Goal: End Cancer in Pelotonia. The beginning of Spring marks the arrival of the coveted Pelotonia yard signs and car magnets that will soon be appearing in yards and on cars all over town. Until now, obtaining one of these signs required a trip to the Pelotonia offices in Arena District to pick-up the sign before they were all gone.

This year we’ve partnered with Pelotonia to bring your yard sign directly to you in Columbus. This Friday only, we will be delivering your Pelotonia yard sign on demand, for free! A lucky few will receive their yard sign personally delivered by Pelotonia CEO and Uber Driver-Partner Doug Ulman.


 HOW TO GET YOUR SIGN columbus_pelotonia_screenshot_256x400_r1

  1. Open your Uber app Friday, March 25 between 11 am and 3 pm
  2. Request the PELOTONIA option in your app
  3. If it’s a match, please come outside to meet your driver and pick up your sign

    Note: Availability of signs may be limited by high demand







Never used Uber before? Sign up and get your first ride free, up to $15. We’re donating $5 to Pelotonia for every new rider that signs up and takes their first ride with promo code PELOTONIA16

If you are unable to get a yard sign, you can still stop by the Pelotonia offices Monday – Friday, 9 am to 5 pm located at:

351 W. Nationwide Blvd.
Columbus, OH 43215

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