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Will Uber cause ice cream men to start protesting too?

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It’s the hottest year on record (again), but that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Well… it’s definitely a bad thing, but there are some good parts, like the fact that there’s never been a better time to get yourself some ice cream! Uber couldn’t agree more as evidenced by the company’s decision to renew its annual summer promotion where Uber drivers are turned into ice cream men and women. I wonder if we’ll see any ice cream men blocking traffic in protest.

Consider this an invitation to chill out. Your office probably doesn’t have a slip n’ slide, and running through the sprinklers likely won’t go over well with your boss. Don’t sweat it — you can still feel like a kid again by ordering ice cream on demand with #UberIceCream. This Friday, July 24, 2015 we’re bringing a frozen favorite back for the fourth year in a row. This is a global promotion with local flavor, and it’s as simple as ever: Tap a button, and get a brain freeze in hundreds of cities around the world. Our friends at Capital One are offering a free order of ice cream to eligible Capital One cardholders in the United States on Friday, July 24, 2015. Add your Capital One card as a payment method and enter promo code SWEETDEAL in the Uber app before requesting. Don’t have a Capital One card? Apply now for Quicksilver and get 20% back on every Uber ride through April 2016.

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Alfie Joshua Alfie Joshua is the editor at Auto in the News. Find him on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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