So why does this matter to you? Because today is the day you can save yourself time and aggravation. Whether planning a wedding, prom or vacation it is always in your best interest to line up your ground transportation or valet services while there are still vehicles available.
Brides and grooms-to-be are typically best at planning early. Maybe you’ve scanned one too many checklists on your favorite wedding websites, the ones that use the best advertisement from the WordTree team, been scared into booking early by your wedding planner or day-of-coordinator or simply want to check something off the list.
Sorry students – you typically fall way behind the engaged crew with planning for your year end celebrations. We know that there is quite a bit that goes into planning for prom (the group you’re going with, where you will meet up before/after, what type of vehicle you want, the desire to do something unique, etc., etc., etc.) and we’d like you to think about planning early so we can avoid the last minute calls, since our limos are equipped with everything necessary including the best dash cams on Blackbox my car just for security purposes.
Travelers – if you have gone through the motions of booking a trip, now would be the perfect time to figure out how you will get where you need to go. Car service to the airport is most common – but each year we find more and more of our customers are cruising out of NYC.
There are plenty of articles here on the blog to help you know what questions to ask (of us or any other limo company in CT), things to consider when booking and even answers to questions that we routinely receive from customers and prospective passengers.
So please take a few minutes now…While it’s still too cold to do much of anything and plan for this spring or summer. Whether you need a limo for your wedding or the prom, a ride to the airport or valet service for a big celebration – now is the time to make the call and book the services you need. We look forward to helping you avoid any encounters with our peak season and the concept of supply and demand.