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Posted on May 26, 2010 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

ABOUT PHOTO: Beginning June 9, AAA Worldwide Transportation will run a weekly luxury shuttle service to the Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem from the Martinsville Inn in Martinsville and Courtside Racquet Club in Clinton.

SUMMARY: AAA Worldwide Transportation shows how combining comfort, convenience and affordability can create an ideal package for casino clients.

CLINTON, N.J. — AAA WORLDWIDE TRANSPORTATION will run a weekly luxury shuttle service to the Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem from the Martinsville Inn in Martinsville and Courtside Racquet Club in Clinton starting on June 9.

AAA Worldwide’s Executive Luxury Coach will depart every Wednesday at 10 a.m. from the Martinsville Inn, 1801 Washington Valley Road, Martinsville, and at 10:30 a.m. from the Courtside Racquet Club, 1115 State Route 31. Both facilities provide ample parking for travelers, who will receive refreshments and snacks to enjoy during the trip.

The cost of the shuttle service is $35 and pre-registration is required. In addition to luxury transportation to and from the Sands, travelers will receive a voucher for $30 of free play on the casino slot machines and a $5 food and beverage credit. Those interested must make reservations no later than 8 p.m. on the Tuesday before their travel date by contacting AAA Worldwide Transportation at (800) 932-7789.

“We think there will be strong demand for the service because travelers are really receiving their transportation at no cost given the food and gaming credits they will receive,” said Alex J. Mayer, General Manager/Partner of AAA Worldwide Transportation. “The Sands offers all the latest slot machine games, electronic table games and great restaurants, including Emeril’s Chop House, so it really is a great day out. And my understanding is that live table games are coming to the casino in July, so the demand for our service is sure to grow and we will expand as demand grows.”

In addition to the weekly trips to the Sands, AAA Worldwide Transportation also provides charter service to the casino for non-profit and community organizations or any large groups.

“The charter service really is ideal for community groups who want to run a fundraiser because they can offer donors and other supporters a fun day or night out while supporting a good cause,” said Mayer, an Alexandria Township resident. “All charter travelers receive gaming and dining credits comparable to the weekly shuttle as well as the luxury transportation so chartering can also be a good option for a large family gathering or a neighborhood party. Best of all, people know they are safe with us because we have been in the executive transportation business for nearly 20 years.”

The SANDS CASINO RESORT BETHLEHEM offers 3,250 slot machines and a variety of electronic table games, including Black Jack, Poker and Roulette. The casino also provides six restaurants ranging in quality from deli fare to fine dining as well as three comfortable lounges where you can play games at a bar or take in the atmosphere at a corner table.

AAA WORLDWIDE TRANSPORTATION was founded in 1991 and is owned and managed by Ken Schapiro of Alexandria Township, Steve Tipping of High Bridge and Mayer.

Information: AAA WORLDWIDE TRANSPORTATION or (800) 932-7789.

Source: AAA Worldwide Transportation

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