Be your Own Boss and Start Earning with Uber
Signing up for Uber means one could have the potential to earn over GHS 1,500 per week, and best of all, signing up is FREE
Drivers choose to use the Uber app for the flexibility and control they have
Uber (www.Uber.com), the technology company that connects riders and drivers using a smartphone, is looking for driver-partners to join their growing network in Accra, Ghana. This partnership will see driver-partners being their own boss, working when it suits them. Signing up for Uber means one could have the potential to earn over GHS 1,500 per week, and best of all, signing up is FREE! All you need is a valid driver’s licence.
Drivers choose to use the Uber app for the flexibility and control they have. They choose when they drive, for how long, and can dictate their own schedule, day-to-day, week-to-week.
With Uber you have the potential to earn BIG in three different ways:
1. Drive your own car (year model 2000 and above)
2. Drive someone else's car (year model 2000 and above)
3. Have others driving for you
Act fast and you could get GHS 400:
Take your first five trips before the 14th of August and get GHS 400
Get your friend to sign up and take five trips, and both of you get GHS 400!
Join Uber this Saturday at the Holiday Inn at 9AM or 2PM. Plot 19 & 20, Airport City Airport By-Pass Rd, Accra. Please bring along; your valid driver’s license and vehicle details.
Can't make it this weekend?
Come to Uber’s office, Monday - Friday, 9am-6pm, Corner of Anumansa and Lokko roads, 2nd floor, Osu.
When driving on Oxford towards Papaye, at the Osu traffic light, turn left into Lokko Street, drive until the end, tall building, 2nd floor with red windows.
Call Uber on 0541936192 or 0244262495
Sign up at partners.uber.com (login.uber.com/login)
Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Uber.
Samantha Allenberg - Uber Communications Africa
Tel: +27 82 453 7495
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