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Uber is launching its #UberCHOPPER services in Kenya tomorrow. A helicopter transportation services targeting the corporate client who would like to move from point A to point B fast. It will enable them to beat traffic, which can get pretty bad in Nairobi.

The #UberCHOPPER services will be launched tomorrow Sunday, August 4th, 2016 in Nairobi and Mombasa. Kenyans in both these cities stand a chance to win a free chopper ride; those in Nairobi will be taken for a 20 minutes ride over the beautiful Rift Valley, while those in Mombasa will fly over the breathtaking Kenyan coastline.

To spice up things, Uber and Corporate Helicopters will let a local celebrity accompany you on that chopper flight. You might find yourself in the same helicopter with Eric Omondi, Larry Madowo, and Huddah Monro for those in Nairobi; while those in Mombasa will be accompanied by Chef Ali, Miss Global Keny, Tima Keilah and DJ Lenium.

How to get a free #UberCHOPPER ride around Nairobi or Mombasa tomorrow

Using the Uber app on your smartphone, request the #UberCHOPPER by following the steps below:

Under the promotions section enter ‘CORPHELIKE’ as the promo code to unlock the #UberCHOPPER option

At exactly 10:00 AM Sunday 4th, 2016. Pair up with one person (family or friend) you’d like to take the flight with.

Confirm the pickup location within Nairobi or Mombasa.

Hit the request button located at the bottom of the screen. Then wait to see if lady luck will favor you. If you are the lucky winner, you will get a call from a driver who will pick you up and drive you to the

From there, you will get your 20 minutes airborne time accompanied by your guest, and a local celebrity.

The criteria for choosing the lucky person to the get the first free #UberCHOPPER ride is based on first come first serve basis. That means you need to be the first one to request for the chopper tomorrow at exactly 10:00 AM. You must also be in either Nairobi or Mombasa.

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