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WED­DING TRANS­PORT CAN BE A REAL HAS­SLE! ES­PE­CIALLY WHEN YOU HAVE FAM­ILY AND GUESTS COM­ING FROM OUT OF TOWN. WOULDN’T IT BE GREAT IF YOU COULD GET ALL YOUR GUESTS INTO ONE VE­HI­CLE AND HAVE THEM ALL AR­RIVE AT THE SAME TIME AND ON TIME?

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The Party Bus Com­pany of­fers plenty of choice with their lux­ury ve­hi­cles, coaches and, of course, their party bus op­tions. Then, when your evening is over, you can rest as­sured the coach will be there to deliver them safely back home af­ter a mem­o­rable day. Guests love that they can re­lax and not have to worry about driv­ing home – and, very of­ten, the trip back on the coach turns into an af­ter-party!

The mother of all buses is the Viper with a ca­pac­ity of 30 pas­sen­gers. This lux­ury limo coach comes com­plete with a per­sonal host, three plasma tele­vi­sions, toi­let and a fully li­censed bar area. On the Ul­ti­mate, there’s lounge seat­ing for up to 35, a bar ten­der to serve drinks and spin the tunes, a loo, plasma tele­vi­sion and more LED party lights than Ve­gas.

Younger guests will love the Edge bus (up to 41 pas­sen­gers) with it’s dance floor, dancing pole, per­sonal party host and fully li­censed bar. If BYO is what you’re af­ter, check out Donatello. Your 41 pas­sen­gers will en­joy a bar man­ager to serve them, a great sound sys­tem and party lights. You can also hook up your iPod or CD to play your own mu­sic.

When it comes to Hen or Stag par­ties, no one wants to be the sober driver, so a Party Bus ve­hi­cle makes sense. Choose from the fully li­censed or BYO op­tions. There’s even a 75-seater dou­ble decker coach on of­fer if you need more space.

Party bus op­tions also make sense if you have a large bridal party. You can all be trans­ported to the cer­e­mony venue with ease, and the bride won’t have to squeeze her princess gown into the back of dad’s car! Then, af­ter the cer­e­mony, the bus can trans­port you to your photo lo­ca­tion and then onto your re­cep­tion. You can be­gin the cel­e­bra­tions long be­fore your guests do!

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