PROM BUS: Palo Alto High School in California's bay area has decided that stretch limos are not okay for the prom, but buses will provide the transportation. School administrators say that limos are too expensive and buses are more practical. Students are disappointed in missing out on limo rides and think of buses negatively (who wants to ride a school bus?). What about providing limo buses or minicoaches for the prom? Would this comply with the new school rules? This would offer more affordable per passenger trip costs and provide loads of luxury, comfort, and yearbook photo opps. -- J.L.
Don't let your guests down. Here are some things to think about before the event starts.
ISSUE PREVIEW: What does he think? What did she really say? Are you channeling your customers? In the October 2012 issue of LCT Magazine, you’ll get a complete primer on how to read and please your
With no need for people to operate vehicles, how can limo companies adapt to the new world of transportation?
It has never before been easier for businesses to share information, insight and intimacy with consumers; it has also never been easier to offend them. Read more to learn how to avoid a social media faux pas.
On my trip to Chicago last week for the 2012 BusCon Expo, I had the pleasure of experiencing a new ride — the 2013 MKT Town Car.