By Andrew George for NJBIZ
After months of anticipation, ridesharing company Uber officially cut the ribbon Tuesday on its new partner support center on Washington Street in Hoboken.
The brick-and-mortar location, the first of its kind in New Jersey, will aim to serve the more than 9,000 state-based driver-partners, offering everything from sign-up services to technical support.
According to Uber, Hoboken is a major hub for the company and accounts for more than 100,000 trips per month and approximately 40,000 riders.
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