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Georgetown State - Tier One AlertsGeorgetown, CA
  • Deliver Eats With Uber Eats-Uber EatsWhy Uber?
  • Deliver with Uber. Signup today, start earning tomorrow.
  • Easily track your earnings and cash out up to 5X per day with Uber's Instant Pay. Work on your schedule.
  • Take days or hours off whenever you need to.
  • Deliver as much or as little as you want.
  • Make more money.
  • You'll earn money by bringing people the food they love from local restaurants.
  • Choose your wheels.
  • Use your car, scooter, or bike to make deliveries.
  • What you need to know:Signup in seconds: Get started today and well provide support along the way.
  • Get paid fast: Cash out up to 5X a day with Uber's Instant Pay. Flexible schedule: You control when and where you drive.
  • 24/7 support: The app gives you turn-by-turn directions, and access 24/7 support if youby Jobble

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