You can't fault Uber for trying its darndest. But if any company can make overpaying for car service work across the country, Uber can.
Delegates aren’t the only ones descending on Tampa for the Republican National Convention — there’s also an Uber presence.
The car service — which has set Washington, D.C.’s taxicab industry on its ear — will be there with a ready fleet of slick sedans. Rachel Holt, the general manager of Uber’s branch in the nation’s capital, said the company has already begun partnering with limousine companies in Tampa and Charlotte to offer service at both conventions.
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