Uber Drivers Will Protest Super Bowl 50: Exclusive Interview


Uber Drivers Protest to Kick Off During Super Bowl 50

Uber driver protest leader Mario, and several organizers of Uber Drivers United make an official announcement about the Uber driver protest to take place during Super Bowl 50, Sunday February 7th.

I received a last minute text from Mario, the organizer and leader of the most recent Uber driver protest that took place on Monday February 1st 2016 where he and a caravan of roughly 150-200 horn blasting, unhappy Uber drivers descended on strategic locations throughout the city of San Francisco, including Uber’s corporate headquarters at 1455 Market st. He asked if I could meet him at old Candlestick park for a private interview with him and several other organizers where he would be making an official announcement about the already hyped up and well anticipated Uber driver protest that was to converge on and during Super Bowl 50 Sunday, February 7th. Watch video for full details on Sunday’s Super Bowl 50 Uber driver protest.

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4 thoughts on “Uber Drivers Will Protest Super Bowl 50: Exclusive Interview”

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    The problem with drivers generally speaking is this: they make “great money” working full or part time as non profits.

    This is the part Uber and Lyfts omissions.

    Uber and Lyft know drivers are working as non
    Profits, but the drivers are in complete denial, always trying to figure out some slick way of keeping their hourly up.

    So check this out, if cab drivers couldn’t make money at the rates they were charging pre Uber/lyft then what makes you think you drivers can do better with less?

    Uber and Lyft are/will continue to keep rates low in order to gain market share from public transportation until they are bankrupt at the expense of Uber and Lyft drivers even if it destroys these drivers so I guess the question is how much longer are you guys and gals going to be gluttons for punishment?

    You need to jump off that ride share hamster wheel before it destroys you emotional, Physically and economically, it’s your choice, jump off or get thrown from it!

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