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Uber partners with New Birth to create partnership opportunities with Atlanta drivers

Paige Minds The Gap

Rideshare industry leader Uber is partnering up with New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, a local faith organization, to steer Atlanta area drivers to 3,000 new partnership opportunities. The collaboration will bring a host of incentives to help fuel the rising demands on rideshare services and position Uber to expand transportation options in the metro Atlanta area.
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Through this collaboration with New Birth Missionary Baptist Church and Senior Pastor Dr. Jamal Harrison Bryant, Uber is incentivizing new drivers with guaranteed earnings and bonus opportunities for peak driving hours.

With Uber, Atlanta drivers are able to drive when they want to earn what they need. Uber drivers are able to set their own schedule, driving only when it works for them. Drivers have the freedom wot drive when they want, where they want, and how they want. How much a driver makes may vary depending on the number of trips taken, the time of day, location, and other factors, but through this new partnership, Atlanta drivers can received guaranteed earnings and bonus opportunities for driving during peak hours.

The Covid-19 pandemic has forced many people out of jobs, and has thus in turn increased the financial burden that many households are now facing. And as Georgia opts out of the federal unemployment supplement, the flexible and high-demand opportunity that Uber is offering can help put money in people’s pockets.

Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, the California-based rideshare company has partnered with local organizations and groups across the United States to provide complementary rides to vaccination sites. This new faith-based partnership between Uber and New Birth Missionary Baptist Church seeks to spark increased opportunities with local drivers to provide individuals with a much needed financial boost as the country emerges from the Covid-19 crisis.

The partnership between New Birth Missionary Baptist Church and Uber will offer flexible work opportunities for anyone in Atlanta who is willing to drive. The rideshare company is proud to partner with Dr. Bryant and is excited to invest more in the city of Atlanta to grow the rideshare, Uber Eats, and delivery business.

If you are an Atlanta driver who would like more information or who would like to sign up to become an Uber driver, you can visit Please keep in mind that terms and conditions apply for all new driver incentives; be sure to read all terms and conditions and privacy policy documents very carefully before applying.

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