This Week’s Good Neighbor Business of the Week
November 20 – 26
WCCO in partnership with the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee will put the Bold North on the map through the WCCO Good Neighbor Business of the Week, celebrating Super Bowl 52 by featuring and telling the story of the top 52 businesses…the best of the Bold North!
As the Big Game in Minnesota approaches, Uber is proud to be the Exclusive Transportation Network Partner of the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee. Uber is dedicated to providing safe, quick, and reliable transportation to riders across the country, and as the Pro Football Championship makes its way to the Twin Cities, there’s never been a better time to get around with Uber. If you’re lucky enough to score tickets to the Big Game this February, skip the hassle of parking and grab an Uber to the stadium. With just a few taps in the Uber app, you’ll get a safe and reliable ride to the game where you can spend less time worrying about where you parked your car, and more time cheering on your favorite team. Watching all the action on TV? Uber is a great way to get to and from all your gameday parties without worrying about who will have to drive home at the end of the night. With Uber, you and your friends can celebrate every incredible play together and know that a safe ride home is just a tap away. So whether you’re watching the game from the stands or from a friend’s living room, Uber will be there to help you get home safely.
James Ondrey | General Manager, Uber
As the General Manager of Uber for the Central region, James Ondrey is responsible for Uber’s day-to-day business operations in multiple states across the Midwest. His team focuses on using technology to best serve riders and drivers in local communities throughout the region. Prior to Uber, James served as CEO at SeatQuest, a technology startup in the event ticket business. During his time there, he was responsible for product development and financial modeling, among other responsibilities. James received his B.A. in Finance from Miami University in Ohio. An Ohio native, James lives in Columbus with his wife and their two children.