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Posted on July 11th, 2017

Key Information for Successful Group Transportation

Excellent Customer ServiceBehind-the-scenes we do our best to make sure you arrive to your destination safely and on time. In order to consistently provide a high level of service, we acquire key information needed to ensure a successful trip. This is especially true when transporting groups and a large number of people. Curious what information is most important? Take a look at the check list our reservationists run through when creating a group reservation:

GROUP CHECKLIST

  • Name of Group and Corporate Client
  • Dates of Event
  • Contact Person/s
  • Cell # of Contact person/s
  • Signed Group Contract
  • Group Manifest (Excel Worksheet preferred)
  • Cell #’s for all passengers
  • How long are people required to wait if they are “packaged” together?
  • If people arrive without a reservation/not on manifest and we arrange for a last minute car, there will be a surcharge to cover costs.e
  • Monitor all flights and move passengers to appropriate vehicles to eliminate additional waiting time or additional vehicles needed.
  • Who is allowed to order cars?
  • Who are the VIP’s?
  • Special requests
  • Group or Company Signage
  • Important maps (for event location staging and pick/drop areas)
  • Provide each terminal’s greeting procedures to the booker, which is then be forwarded to all passengers.
  • How many greeters are required?
  • Is an onsite dispatcher required?
  • Do bookers/passengers want instant notifications “turned on” (driver enroute, etc… for each reservation)
  • Does the contact want to be notified, even after hours, if we have a “No Show”?
  • Who are final charges sent to?

Interested in transportation for your group? Please contact us and we will provide a customized quote based on your transportation needs.


Posted on November 27th, 2013

Top Winter Wedding Mistakes to Avoid

Winter is a beautiful time of year to get married. The holidays are near and it is a great time to be together with close friends and family. Getting married during the holidays can also mean that more of your guests will have days off or paid time-off that needs to be used, which means more people may be able to attend.

While planning your winter wedding it is easy to get wrapped up in the holiday season, this article will help you avoid top winter wedding mistakes.

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Posted on November 6th, 2013

10 Things Your Wedding May be Missing Out On

There are so many elements that go into planning a wedding from inviting the guests down to picking out the menu. With all of the different elements and ideas circulating some details and potential add-ons can get overlooked. Some could be adding on another vendor to enhance your wedding experience. Others could be DIY projects to add to your décor or help out your guests. Here are is our top 10 extras you may have want to consider incorporating into your wedding.

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Posted on October 16th, 2013

Top 5 Ways to Research Wedding Vendors

How to Research Vendors for Your Wedding

Searching for wedding for vendors can be quite time consuming if you are not sure what to look for and how to research. One thing to help organize vendor information is to make a list of certain vendor categories that you need for your wedding, such as a caterer, DJ, reception venue and florist. As you are searching try to establish 3 top vendors per category. Once you establish vendors that appeal to you, you can start to dig deeper. The following are several areas to look into when researching wedding vendors.

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Posted on October 9th, 2013

Finding the Perfect Transportation for Your Wedding

Determining if you need chauffeured transportation for your wedding day can sometimes be a little challenging. There are many details that help to narrow down what type of wedding transportation is needed.

This article will help you to determine what information is needed to book the vehicle and other needed details. Before you get started, it is important to examine your wedding budget.  Make sure that there is enough in your budget to accommodate your transportation. You should also typically book your transportation anywhere from a year to six months ahead of time.

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