Saturday, December 20, 2014 · 10:49 a.m.
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Ridesharing service Uber is partnering with Chattanooga company Bellhops to launch a "pop-up moving service," The Tennessean reported. 

According to the article:

It’s time to take advantage of one of the biggest moving weekends of the year as Vanderbilt and Belmont welcome new and returning students to campus.

On Saturday and Sunday, new and existing Uber users can use the company’s app to request help for a number of moving jobs, such as moving a sofa, loading a truck or unpacking new furniture.

New users can get up to 30 minutes’ help for free, while existing users can buy a half hour of moving time for $25. Each purchase includes two movers and Uber merchandise.

Uber is partnering with Bellhops, a moving company startup, on the promotion, which is set to run this weekend in Nashville and Atlanta.

Click here to read the entire article. 

And click here to read some background about Bellhops. The business has evolved since that Nooga.com article was written last year. 

Click here to read a recent article about the possibility of Uber bringing its ridesharing service to Chattanooga. 

Disclaimer: Bellhops is affiliated with Lamp Post Group, a company that also has an affiliation with Nooga.com. Editorial decisions for this publication are made independently of Lamp Post. 

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