5 Party Bus Rental Tips You Need To Know

Posted on: 4 February 2016
Whether you're planning a bachelor or bachelorette party, a birthday party, or any other event, when it comes to planning transportation to your next big bash, you should definitely consider renting a party bus. Party buses are a fun and safe option for getting people to and from your destination, especially if you're going to be serving alcohol. While party buses are great, there are definitely some things you need to know before renting one.
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Chauffeurs: Your New Business Secret

Posted on: 5 January 2016
When you hear the word "chauffeur", you most likely associate it with formal events like fancy balls, weddings, or even just rich people. However, you should be thinking "secret weapon" when it comes to making an impression on your clients because chauffeurs are really used for special events. When you are trying to gain new business or just make your clients feel appreciated, a chauffeur can make all the difference for both of you.
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A Day In The Life Of A Courier

Posted on: 6 November 2015
Couriers are an important part of business operations. They spend each day traveling from office to office, delivering everything from paperwork to packages. A courier can be a real life saver for companies who need to have something sent out quickly and get it delivered on time. So what it is like to be a courier at a company like A-Dash Messenger Service Ltd, and how does their daily schedule typically look?
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On The Road Again: Sharing The Road With Heavy Equipment

Posted on: 8 September 2015
One of the worst things in traffic is to be stuck behind a slowly moving vehicle, especially if you are feeling the pinch of being late for a meeting, a flight or even work. This obstacle to your progress is not made better by the fact that the vehicle is actually labeled as a slow moving vehicle such as construction or excavation equipment. In fact, your impatience is likely to grow and you may then find yourself, and the driver of this vehicle, becoming the perpetrator and recipient of road rage.
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