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Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2015 8:58 AM
To: Bob Acosta
Subject: [gps-talkusers] Tek Talk Welcomes Mike May, All about Uber, Monday
June 15, 2015, The Pat Price Room: www.accessibleworld.org
NEWSWIRE: MONDAY JUNE 15, 2015
TEK TALK WELCOMES MIKE MAY OF SENDERO AND A UBER REPRESENTATIVE TO DISCUSS THIS
One of the hottest topics in the news these days as well as a life-changing app
on our smartphones, is Uber. This is the leading ride share service which is
changing the way people get around in more than 300 cities in 58 countries.
Mike May says, “I believe this is one of the best improvements in independent
travel for people who are blind in many years.”
Once a person signs up with a credit card and registration details, they can
quickly use Uber to get a ride within minutes in a safe, professional and
convenient manner. Payment is automatically handled by the credit card after
one arrives at the destination. User can rate their driver, make comments or
report issues easily through the app and there will be a prompt response from
Mike May, a pioneer in independent travel, is an avid Uber user. He will be
joined by a Uber representative for this presentation and Q&A. Learn how the
service works, hear from other users what they like and what they would like to
see improved. Clarify hearsay you may have gotten about what the media calls a
Join us for an hour in the Pat Price Room:
www.accessibleworld.org<http://www.accessibleworld.org> at 5 PM pacific, June
15. If you wish to hear a 21 minute audio podcast by Mike May, go to
For more about Mike May and Sendero Group, go to http://www.SenderoGroup.com
For more about Uber, go to http://www.Uber.com
Presenter: Mike May
Date: Monday June 15, 2015
Time: 5 pm Pacific time: 6 pm mountain time; 7 pm central time; 8 pm eastern
And elsewhere in the world:
Approximately 15 minutes prior to the event start time: go to The Pat Price Tek
Talk Training Room at:
Select The Pat Price Tek Talk Training Room at: www.accessibleworld.org
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Robert Acosta, President
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