5 Reasons to Hire a Party Bus for Your Night Out

Posted by Michael Foilb on Sun, Mar 05, 2017 @ 09:30 AM

Party Buses have skyrocketed in popularity. For Proms, Bachelor/ette Parties, Concerts, Sporting Events, Sweet Sixteen, Night on the Town, more and more people are getting together with friends to rent party buses.

 

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Pictured: Le Limo's Land Yacht

Real Party Buses are Loaded with Fun amenities 

  • Leather Seating
  • Surround Sound Stereo
  • iPod hookup
  • Light/Laser Show
  • Bar with Glassware, Napkins, Mints, Ice Chest, etc.

 

Reason 1: It's Affordable!

That's right, it's affordable. When you chip in with all your friends you may each end up paying less than $10/hour. This varies by vehicle. We have Sprinters, Cabin Cruisers, Land Yacht, Luxury Liner, Shuttle, Trolley and more. Passenger space varies with capacity.

Reason 2: Great Deals

Having a group of people in a party bus get driven to a business is a win/win. Company's love to get the customers that come in the bus. They like party buses so much that they regularly offer deals to our clientele. Casinos offer packages that may include free food vouchers, gaming credit and a free gift. Promotions vary and change for different venues. 

Night clubs also offer us special deals. We can regularly get our customers in with No Cover Charge (or reduced). They can get access to VIP tables and ultimately get treated like a celebrity.

Reason 3: Get the Party Started

You don't have to wait to get to your destination for your party to start. Start when you get on the bus. Hook up you iPod, chill some beverages over ice and get your pre-game on during the ride. Adding the travel time to the party time makes for an epic night out.

Reason 4: Chill

A party bus alleviates all the angst and anxiety of a night out. Who's car, who's the driver, where can we park, where can we pre-game, etc. In a party bus you only have one responsibility, that's having as much fun as possible.

Reason 5: Safety

It may sound boring, but a party bus means a professionally-trained driver is keeping you safe. No worries about DUI or assigning some friend to be the designated driver. On a party bus everyone gets to party and they can party hearty.

Things to keep in mind:
  • There's a difference between a party bus and a party on a bus. Make sure you know what you're paying for or you could end up with a painted school bus with a disco ball.
  • Think about the price per person. While there's no free rides, spreading the costs makes costs manageable. Of course, if you're loaded, just splurge.
  • Look for an experienced company running well=maintained vehicles. Gamble when you get to the casino, not when you hire your party bus.
  • Sometimes we hear from people that they don't have enough friends for a party bus. Well you'd be amazed how many new friends and friends of friends jump on board the party bus with you.


PARTY BUS FLEET:

 

Le Limo has an extensive fleet of party buses from 12 to 28 passengers. Check out the fleet online here. Come to our Open House this Saturday from noon to 3 or call us for a quote 508-842-4790.

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Valentines Day Limo Rentals

Posted by Michael Foilb on Wed, Jan 25, 2017 @ 11:53 AM

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It's the most  romantic day of the year. When her friends ask her, "what did your boyfriend/husband do for you on Valentine's Day, shouldn't she have a jaw-dropping answer. Le Limo has a wonderful Valentine's Day package available for February 11-14th 2017.  Our limo package includes 4 hours of limousine service, chauffeur's recommended gratuity and champagne toast.

Whlle the holiday's origins are in the ancient Roman festival of Lupercalia, a fertility celebration commemorated annually, we'll leave the fertility up to your best judgement. We'll provide the best trasnsportation possible. Where ever you want to take her.

Make your dinner reservations through Open Table and let us do the rest. GIve her the pleasure of bragging about you to her friends. "He hired a limo! And took me out for dinner and dancing." If you set the stage for romance, you never know what might happen next.

For package pricing and availability please call us at 508-842-4790 or submit the form below:

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Limo, SUV and Sedan Rentals in Bad Weather

Posted by Michael Foilb on Sat, Jan 07, 2017 @ 01:15 PM

It can get nasty out there. Being a New England Transportation company we encounter all kinds of crazy weather. Le Limo's limousines, SUVs and sedans are equipped with four-wheel drive to help trudge through the worst winter has to offer. Our chauffeurs are trained to anticipate bad roads and to avoid hazardous roadways. . 

We strive to accommodate all of our clients with their safety as our main concern.  When renting limos in the winter months make sure the company has a Bad Weather Policy and check the cancellation policy if your planned event is canceled or postponed.

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Keeping you and our chauffeurs safe is our #1 priority!

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Wedding Transportation Ideas

Posted by Michael Foilb on Thu, Nov 17, 2016 @ 11:04 PM

While a limo is the traditional choice for your wedding day transportation, there are some interesting alternatives that may cause some buzz about your event. You should start the discussion about transportation by thinking about who needs to go where when. Obviously, keep in mind that alcohol consumption may make in reckless for some guests to drive.

You know you and your future spouse need a ride, but what about the bridal party and the parents of the wedding couple. What about the guests? Does it make sense to set up a shuttle from your venue to the guest hotel(s)?

There are lots of considerations which leads to lots of options for your wedding wheels. Here are just a few vehicle choices to consider.

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Vintage Vehicles

Go glam to your ceremony and reception. An antique car like our vintage Rolls-Royce not only create timeless memories, it also means that wedding photos never look dated. It’s a classic option for a high class wedding.  

Stretch Limousines and SUVs

A tradtional choice, the stretch limo brings a formal, luxurious look and feel to any event and is the ‘go to’ option for wedding transportation. Before you book, just think about some of the options available on the limo front. Town cars (latest model was 2011), Hummers (out of production in 2009) are still used by reputable companies but your images will be dated before you even finish the ‘I do’s.” Ask about hiring a late-model style car. The SUV limo provides a little more glitz and glitter. While they typically seat more passengers, they also have some wildly fun amenities like a disco dance floor, Xbox and PlayStation gaming systems, under carriage lighting, surround sound, DVD players, full bar, light shows, gull wing doors, multiple televisions and more.

Party Buses

After all, this is a party. So let’s get the party started during the ride. With seating up to 28 you and your guests can "belly up" to the bar, turn on the lights and crank the music, before the band even warms up. A party bus is a total blast, there's room to stand giving you sapce to roam, mingle, dance or just stretch out. With laser light shows, iPod stereo hookup, full bar stocked with ice and real glassware, your guests may not want to get off the bus.

Shuttle Bus

With seating up to 35 a shuttle is the safest way to make sure that your guest get back to their rooms without any driving risks. While it's usually simple and straight forward transporation you can spruce things up by leaving gift bags or party favors on the seats or even by serving a midnight snack.  

Custom Trolley

Transport your guests in a luxury trolley with leather wrap-around seating, an onboard bar, surround sound and more. A trolley provides a great mix of class and character.  Trolleys can hold up to 36 passengers and they make a great backdrop for photo shoots of the bride and groom or wedding party.

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The Custom Combo Option

Obviously, you and mix and match your transportation options. You can get the Rolls for the Bride and Groom, a stretch SUV for the wedding party and a shuttle bus for the guests. Some groups hire a stretch limo for the parents of the bride and groom along with the wedding couple, while the bridal party travels in a bus. Our most popular combo is the Custom Built Trolley, for the wedding party and guests and our Vintage Rolls Royce for the Bride and Groom. This paring creates the ultimate photo op for everyone involved.

Most of all make sure to find a reliable, high ranked, professional company with wedding day experience. Transportation should be a choice not a worry.Le Limo would be proud to be part of your wedding day? Call our wedding logistics expert at 508-842-4790.

 

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Planning on Asking Her to Marry You?

Posted by Michael Foilb on Wed, Oct 26, 2016 @ 09:40 PM

Your future spouse will be asked over and over again about how you proposed. While some people may be able to set up a flash mob to sing and perform a choreographed dance to Marry that Girl (I'm going to Marry Her Anyway) and others may buy a full page ad in the New York Times or hire a private jet to fly off to Paris, for most of us, the elaborate over-the-top proposal plan just isn't feasible. But you can afford to have her engagement story start with..."he picked me up in a limo."

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Simple, romantic, elegant and impressive, what a great way to let her know how special she is to you. Nearly 40% of engagements occur between November and February. Interestingly, 17% of engagements happen on the same 10 days each year! With plans to visit old friends and family during Thanksgiving or to take a trip home for the holidays. After the ring is revealed, the next question is, "how did he propose." Make sure she has a story to wow the people who love her.

Let us know if you’re planning to pick her up and a limousine to propose, we’ll help make sure it’s extra special!

[Of course, this doesn't have to be a plan just for her, it can be used to ask him to marry you.]

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Will You Rent a Limo to Minors?

Posted by Michael Foilb on Sun, Jul 17, 2016 @ 06:22 PM

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A question we get asked regularly is, will you rent to minors. Whether its for a birthday party, bar/bat mitzvah, sweet 16, etc. we have customers who always want to know. Limos are so much fun and an awesome way to create lifelong memories, But to rent. when you are underage there are pre-requisits and safety requirements thate we put in place before you can secure a reservation.  Follow the guidelines below to receive the best limo rental. 

  1. To place a reservation you must be over 18 years old. 
  2. All dividers remain down and non-functioning during an underage event.
  3. No beverages are allowed in the back of the limo.
  4. All bags are stored in the trunk or cargo area and subject to search.
  5. All passengers must remain SEATED and all body parts must remain inside the vehicle at all times.
  6. Escape hatches must not be opened unless it is an emergency.
  7. A parent or guardian of each passenger must sign a liability agreement prior to the trip commencing.
  8. All balances and gratuities must be paid up front before the start of the trip.
  9. All vehicles are NON-SMOKING.
  10. Our chauffeurs are trained to keep you safe but also to allow you to have FUN.  They are a part of your special event and want you to be happy!

While your child may never misbehave in this environment, that doesn't mean his friends won't. We take safety seriously and our commitment to our customers means we take extra steps to secure that there are no risks to minors. 

Bottom line, yes, we rent to minors but there are rules that are strictly enforced to ensure a safe trip for all our passengers.

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Tailgating with Le Limo at Summer Concerts and more

Posted by Michael Foilb on Tue, Jun 28, 2016 @ 08:49 PM

One of the great thing about summer in New England is the opportunity to enjoy a great outdoor concert in one of the area's great venues. Whether is Kenny Chesney, Beyonce, Bruce Springsteen, or Guns n Roses at Gillette Stadium, Matisyahu, Sublime or Bob Dylan at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion Boston, Steely Dan, Gwen Stefani or Duran Duran at the Xfinity Center, or maybe Pearl Jam or Billy Joel at Fenway Park, there's an option for every musical taste.

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Party buses are extremely popular at these events. We can provide you with luxurious vehicle, suitable for safe beverage consumption, for you to pregame in with your friends as you anxiously wait for the concert to begin!

Other great options in central Massachusetts include the DCU Center and Hanover Theatre:

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The Hanover Theatre is gorgeous and hosts every type of show which includes concerts, comedy shows, plays, etc.  I personally have attended a concert at each of these venues and they all are great and provide a diverse schedule of events and concerts.

There are great options for nights out at Mohegan Sun Arena and the MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods. And of course, there are entertainment options beyond the concert scene, sporting events, night out, bachelor/ette parties, sweet 16 parties and more.

Enjoy New England this summer.

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8 Important Questions to Ask Your Wedding Venue

Posted by Michael Foilb on Tue, May 24, 2016 @ 02:00 PM

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A Nightfall view from Boston's elegant State Room.

  1. Do you have my date available?

It’s pretty much a moot point if someone has already booked the space.

  1. How many people does the space hold?

Ask about the capacity for cocktails hour, standing space and seating for dinner.

  1. What’s the fee for renting the space and what does that fee include?

Find out if your rental fee includes just the room or does it cover, tables, chairs, linens, bar set up, setup, cleanup, etc.

  1. How many parking spaces are available for guests?

This is one of those overlooked questions that could be demoralizing if they can’t fit the vehicles for all your guests.

  1. If you have your ceremony and reception in the same space, is there a strategy and flow to move guests? How much time do you need to transition from one activity to another?

Make sure that there’s a logical time frame from ceremony to reception. Do you need to plan on 2 hours for cocktails while the room gets reconfigured?

  1. If part of the plan is to be outside, is there an option to move inside with limited notice if there’s a weather problem?

Isn’t it ironic? Like rain on your wedding day…make sure you’re covered.

  1. Is there a suite or dressing room for the bride and groom?

You need to get ready, but do they have space for you to do that at the venue?

  1. On the money front, how much is the deposit? When is the balance due? What forms of payment to you take? What’s your cancelation policy?

It’s important to know how much you’re committing financial to the space. There may be advantages to you if you pay be credit card because you may be able to cancel the charge if something goes wrong. There are also benefits to the venue if you don’t use a card, because they can avoid paying credit card fees.

Ask the questions so you know everything you need know before you make a financial commitment. Your emotional commitment is to your future spouse not to the venue. Do what’s best for you, air all your concerns before you finalize your plans. Most off all have fun on your special day.

 

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7 Tips for Getting Ready for Your Wedding Photo Shoot

Posted by Michael Foilb on Wed, May 18, 2016 @ 09:01 PM

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1. Finalize (and Stick to) the Wedding Day Schedule

Make sure to tell your photographer your final schedule for your wedding day.  She’ll need that information to plan your shoot and to take advantage of any opportunities to use natural lighting. Stay on schedule, being late not only interrupts the photographer’s schedule; it can impact all your vendors from your transportation and cocktail hour to food and music.

2. Restrict the Use of Your Guests Picture Taking

One of the most frustrating things for a wedding photog is when someone jumps into the aisle to snap a picture when he had lined up the perfect shot. Ask your guest not to interfere with keep photo moments.

3. Get a Second Shooter

When you think about the financial commitment you made to this day, skimping on photography can cause you to miss capturing precious moments.  The second photographer offers another unique point of view throughout the entire day that you would have been missed if he wasn’t on the scene.

4. The Pursuit of Perfection

Let it go. If you harp on making sure everyone does what you expect you’ll have a tough time enjoying your day. Communicate your goals clearly and then let the pros take over. You goal is to just have fun and keep smiling.

5. Schedule Time for Your "First Look"

Plan the 'first look' photo session before the ceremony.  Don’t try to squeeze in picture time. Make a commitment so there’s time to properly capture the moment.

6. Candids vs. Posed

If you want your album to include candid images don’t feel obligated to to look up at the camera and stop what you’re doing. If the photographer needs a posed shot, she’ll tell you what to do.

7. Don’t forget the Details

Spend some time thinking about what other aspects of the day are important to photograph -- did your aunt make flower arrangements? Did you bring special heirlooms from your family? Bring an extra invitation; keep those special elements easily accessible for your photo shoot.

There are other things you can do to ensure that your photographer captures the key moments of your wedding day. Utlimately, the goal is to communicate with her to make sure she understands what you want her to do. Most of all enjoy the day.

16 Exam Hacks to Help Pass Your Multiple Choice Finals and Midterms

Posted by Michael Foilb on Sun, Apr 10, 2016 @ 03:55 PM

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You’re psyched about the end of the term, but you still have those annoying finals to deal with. Here are some tips on how to unearth the most viable answers to those multiple choice and true/false questions. We guarantee that these will only help some of the time.

  1. When an answer is absolute and contains words like “always, only, never, none, all, no, exactly, must, everything, etc,” the answer is usually false or invalid. Almost nothing happens the same way all the time (unless it’s a math test). But, don’t use this tip to eliminate “all of the above” or “none of the above” as potential answers.

  2. Conditional words like “sometimes, probably, mostly, typically, seldom, many, almost, usually, likely, etc.” are more apt to be true.

  3. None of the Above, is regularly a choice on most tests, however it is rarely the answer. The goal of the test is to help you learn, if “None of the Above” was the correct answer, you wouldn’t really learn anything from the question. Be careful of double negatives that the teacher may add to confuse you.

  4. All of the Above, if you start looking at answers and think definitely A is correct and maybe B and C, well “All of the Above” is likely the right answer. Again by having multiple correct answers the teacher gives you a better chance to learn more about the topic.

  5. If the answer is funny, it’s usually wrong. It’s the teacher have fun with the answers and giving you a little bit of a break narrowing down the answers.

  6. The longest response is often the correct one. Teachers do not want to spend their time writing wrong long answers. When you see lots of information and adjectives in an answer it may be a clue that it is the right response.

  7. Similarly, if a true/false question is longer than the others, then it is likely a true statement.

  8. When in doubt, typically, more answers are true than false.

  9. Statements that contain the word “because or since” have a better chance of being true. They explain why the statement is true.

  10. See if there’s a word in the question that matches a word in the answer. That might be a clue that the answer is linked to the question.

  11. Keep an eye out for grammar clues. If the lead in question ends with the article “an” the answer likely starts with a vowel. If it ends with an “a,” answers with vowels are likely incorrect.

  12. Also on the grammar front look for clues that an answer might be plural or singular. If the statement ends in “are” the answer should be plural, where if the last word is “is,” the answer should be singular.

  13. When two answers are opposite, then one of them is typically correct. This is the teacher taking the easy way out of coming up with a wrong answer. Use it to narrow your choices.

  14. Using the same theory, try to find words that look similar or answers that contain similar words. One of those is usually correct. Again the teacher is finding an easy way to give you a wrong answer option.

  15. When you have a number options on multiple choice (that is not a math test), typically the highest and lowest numbers are incorrect. They help frame the correct answer and may help to increase your chances.

  16. Finally, when you just run out of options, for teacher created tests, “C” is the most popular option and “B” is the second most popular.

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Hopefully, these tips will make test taking a little easier. To make a night out a little more special most people would recommend:

A.   Getting a ride in a Big Yellow School Bus

B.   Reserving a Limo or Party Bus from Le Limo

C.   Asking a parent to drive you

D.   None of the above

If you picked B or if you need help with the answer call us at 800-297-8970. We'll take the worry out of prom, you just worry about the test!

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