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Staff writer Daniel Kaplan covers the NFL, finance and tennis.

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Winning Drive: Dolphins Sign Deal With Uber That Includes Dedicated Parking Lot

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 29 / 16

The Dolphins have signed a ground-breaking partnership with Uber to become the first U.S. pro sports team to integrate the ride-sharing app company's drivers into a stadium’s transportation mix. The deal, which will be announced at Hard Rock Stadium this afternoon, creates an Uber lot on...

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Tags: Facilities, Miami Dolphins

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