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Downtown Development Board announces partnership with Uber Eats

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The City of Orlando’s Downtown Development Board (Facebook | Website) has just announced a new collaborative campaign with Uber Eats to incentivize orders from downtown restaurants.

Through the new “Order Up Downtown” effort, Orlando residents will be able to order from independently-owned downtown restaurants without having to pay a delivery fee.

First-time Uber Eats app-users will also get $10 off their first order by entering the code “ORDERUPDOWNTOWN.”

The campaign is scheduled to launch on Monday, May 25, 2020 and will run through June 30, 2020.

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The City of Orlando’s Downtown Development Board (Facebook | Website) has just announced a new collaborative campaign with Uber Eats to incentivize orders from downtown restaurants.

Through the new “Order Up Downtown” effort, Orlando residents will be able to order from independently-owned downtown restaurants without having to pay a delivery fee.

First-time Uber Eats app-users will also get $10 off their first order by entering the code “ORDERUPDOWNTOWN.”

The campaign is scheduled to launch on Monday, May 25, 2020 and will run through June 30, 2020.