“A great addition:” Milwaukee Bucks announce partnership with Uber

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MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Bucks are making it a whole lot easier to get to games. Friday, September 16th the Bucks announced a new partnership with Uber, which will provide even more benefits to fans traveling to the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

As part of the new partnership, there will be a dedicated area for Uber pickups and drop-offs at the BMO Harris Bradley Center on State Street near the Miller Lite gate in the southwest corner of the building.

“We are thrilled to welcome Uber to the Bucks family and offer our fans another convenient alternative for arriving at Bucks games this season,” said Matt Pazaras, Bucks Senior Vice President, Business Development. “Uber is a standard-bearer for technology and innovation, and will be a great addition to our team as we continue to provide our fans with a world-class experience on game nights.”

“As the preferred ride of the Bucks, Uber is now a great option for fans who want their trip to and from BMO Harris Bradley Center to be hassle free,” Uber Wisconsin General Manager Carrol Chang said. “Bucks fans can skip the parking lot – just push a button and get a ride.”

According to a Milwaukee Bucks news release, here’s how it works:

  • Getting to the game:
    • Enter “BMO Harris Bradley Center” as your destination in the Uber mobile app and tap request
    • A car will arrive in minutes to take you to the dedicated Uber drop-off location just steps away from the arena
  • For a quick and easy pickup:
    • Exit BMO Harris Bradley Center
    • Head to the dedicated Uber pickup area on State Street near the Miller Lite gate in the southwest corner of the building to request your ride

The partnership will also include special in-arena perks for fans and exclusive promotions via the mobile app throughout the season.

About Uber Wisconsin:

Uber’s mission is to make transportation as reliable as running water – everywhere, for everyone. We started in 2010 to solve a simple problem: how do you get a ride at the touch of a button? Six years and over a billion trips later, we’ve started tackling an even greater challenge: reducing congestion and pollution in our cities by getting more people into fewer cars. Follow us on Twitter @Uber_WI and find us on Facebook: Uber.

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