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Uber smartphone app brings ice cream trucks to you

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Uber is thrilled to bring Ice Cream On Demand to Atlanta this Friday, just in time for National Ice Cream Day! Use your Uber app to summon ice cream trucks and get treats to beat the heat.  

WHAT: $25 gets you 5 Ice Creams and Uber Swag (Ice cream provided by Frosty Treats and Ice Cream Truck Family)

WHEN: Friday, July 19th, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. (while supplies last)

Read here for additional details of this Global promotion in 33 cities.

Follow the action on twitter @uber_ATL/hashtag #UBERICECREAM, and feel free to share the promo code ICECREAM for $20 off first time rides.

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