Uride Reaches Out to Help Small Business


Thunder Bay – In midst of the latest stay at home order, local businesses that have been deemed “non essential” will have a long road to recovery.

Local rideshare company, Uride, wants to help, and is hoping others will follow suit.

“Any local business owner that is unable to operate due to the stay at home order will receive $30 in credits for free rides. They can use it for a giveaway contest to drum up demand when they are allowed to open, or they can use it themselves for essential rides.” said Cody Ruberto, Uride Founder and CEO.

“Small businesses need us now more than ever, and we hope that others will find creative ways to help.” said Ruberto.

Non Essential businesses, including salons, gyms, retail stores, etc, can email support@uridetech.com to collect their free rides.

To get a ride, passengers can download the Uride app via:



Anyone wanting to drive can apply at website: www.uridetech.com

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