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20 / 01 / 2020

To celebrate the start of Australian Open 2020, we have teamed up with global technology company Uber to offer thousands of lucky tennis fans free rides to and from the grand slam in Kia’s “Fan Fleet”.




Australian former professional tennis player, Sam Groth and comedian, Joel Creasey catch a free Uber ride to the AO in the stylish Kia Seltos



The partnership will see a dedicated Kia Fan Fleet of 30 slick Kia Seltos small SUVs transport home grown and international fans to and from the Australian Open in comfort and style.




Free trips to and from the AO powered by Kia and Uber



Having your chance to land a complimentary ride to the Australian Open from the CBD or Melbourne Park is easy and starts in the Uber app. If there is a Kia Seltos vehicle available tennis fans can select the “Kia Fan Fleet” icon from the list of ride options. If the time is right and you’re game, you’re set to match up with a Kia Seltos.


While the Kia Fan Fleet is ace, Kia’s power to surprise won’t just stop there.


On January 26 at 9am, comedian Joel Creasy will be kicking off Kia's Surprise Sunday celebrations by giving tennis lovers a chance to upgrade their tennis experience.




Get ready for more surprises on Kia Surprise Sunday, Jan 26



Dressed in teal as a Kia AO Ballkid, Joel will be handing out 32 passes to the tennis - including 12 double passes to Rod Laver Arena - to deserving fans at iconic landmarks across Melbourne.


Fans who track down the TV star or his Kia Fan Fleet vehicle will also get to travel to the courts in style and on the house.



Psst...Uber account holders should keep an eye on the @Uber_Australia Instagram for clues as to where Joel will be celebrating Kia’s Surprise Sunday.



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