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Uber offers free rides for those affected by Collier County brush fires

According to an Uber announcement, the ride-share company plans to offer “free rides to and/or from shelter locations (up to $20 each)” to help provide relief to those impacted by the Collier County fires Thursday.

Claim the voucher by following these steps:

1.) Apply the voucher using this link or by taking a picture with your mobile device of the QR code below
2.) Accept the voucher within the Uber app
3.) Enter a valid shelter location as pick up or dropoff location
4.) The voucher will be reflected on your next qualifying trip *

> Max Hasse Community Center, 3390 Golden Gate Blvd. W.
> Golden Gate Community Center, 4701 Golden Gate Pkwy

* The voucher is valid for one trip, using the Uber app, up to $20.00, beginning and/or ending at designated shelter locations. You can redeem until 11 pm on May 31, 2020.

Writer:WINK News
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