Seattle’s UBERx Rider Zero: Allen Stone!


Seattle’s Sweetheart Allen Stone travels…a lot. And no matter where he is at he always taps that Uber app to get from point A to point B. And today was no different. Or was it? Allen and his best bud Brent (Also known as Styles) were finishing up some ciders and bites at their favorite hang in Greenlake, Burgundian Tavern. He’s only in town for one day so he wanted to hop up to Capitol Hill to meet up with some friends. Once the tab was paid, the phone came out, and of course Allen tapped his Uber app.

Allen taps that app!

To his surprise, there was another car type: UBERx! He requested and with in moments Hasan and his 2013 black Prius rolled up to whisk them away to their next adventure on the hill.


Celebrate tonight,
Jen & Travis, Your Uber Seattle Community Managers

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