FUELING FATHER'S DAY: Of course -- what makes for a better Father's Day gift than to offer Dad a ride in a limousine. Imagine Dad relaxing in the accompanying photo, courtesy of Executive Coach Builders of Springfield, Mo. Credit for the Father's Day idea goes to this Dallas company.
It's an obvious transportation treat for a Father's Day family dinner outing, or you can just let Dad ride in the limousine alone. He no doubt would find the TV, wet bar, relaxed seating, smooth ride, and passing scenery a worthwhile stress-reliever.
Limousine operators should work harder at marketing the concept that a limo ride for Dad is comparable to a spa visit for Mom. -- M.R.
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