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Did you call Uber’s pick-up service?

On our minds is Uber’s recent clothes pick-up service in collaboration with local charity shops in selected cities across the globe. The other week the pocket-friendly taxi provider offered a one-day opportunity to have their drivers come pick up unwanted clothing from their customers free of charge to be re-sold in local homeless charities’ second hand shops. Another relevant and engaging initiative on wheels encouraging consumers to dispose of their unwanted garments in a responsible way by making it more convenient than the alternative. We love the idea and hope that fellow Uber users took advantage so that we may see more similar initiatives to come.

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