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Ice cream, ice cream! Download the app from Uber to get your ice cream!
Ice cream, ice cream! Download the app from Uber to get your ice cream! (Photo: letsuber.com)

The inside scoop: Get your ice cream from Uber on July 18

 Uber is a great ride-sharing resource for your needs as well as Milwaukee's -- AND it can also fulfill your need for ice cream.

Uber Ice Cream is an event that has been held in the past in Uber markets, and Milwaukee is now finally one of them, so you can participate, too. Milwaukee is one of 144 cities around the world participating. 

In each city Uber is partnering with local ice cream trucks to offer bundles of five or six treats for you to share with friends, co-workers or sweeties.

In Milwaukee, you can get five treats for $25. 

Relive your childhood memories at the touch of button!

On Friday, users will have the chance to request ice cream on-demand for a delicious treat and a whimsical experience.

The inside scoop:

  • Download the Uber app for iPhone or Android.
  • Request the "Ice Cream" option via your app.
  • If a truck is available, you and your friends will be enjoying sweet treats and Uber swag within minutes.
  • Ice cream trucks will be on the road from 11 AM to 5 PM on Friday, July 18.
  • Demand for ice cream trucks will be very high and availability very limited. It may take multiple tries to find an available truck. Please be patient! They will be working all day to deliver as much ice cream as possible.
  • No cash required! Your ice creams will be charged directly to your Uber account.

Then, join the global #UberIceCream celebration by sharing your experience on Twitter and Instagram.

Enjoy! 

Talkbacks

Photodavie | July 18, 2014 at 7:12 a.m. (report)

36366 Is it just me or does "5 treats for $25" seem like a complete rip off. I don't understand why this is a "special"? Why is this a big deal for our city?

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