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San Diego Operator Shares Limo Stories

Posted on August 22, 2012
Russ Van Huizum of Top Dog Limo Bus in the Pacific Beach neighborhood of San Diego, Calif., stands with a guest from the Firehouse American Eatery & Lounge. Photo by Marsha Kay Seff, Beach & Bay Press.

Russ Van Huizum of Top Dog Limo Bus in the Pacific Beach neighborhood of San Diego, Calif., stands with a guest from the Firehouse American Eatery & Lounge. Photo by Marsha Kay Seff, Beach & Bay Press.

Russ Van Huizum of Top Dog Limo Bus in the Pacific Beach neighborhood of San Diego, Calif., stands with a guest from the Firehouse American Eatery & Lounge. Photo by Marsha Kay Seff, Beach & Bay Press.
Russ Van Huizum of Top Dog Limo Bus in the Pacific Beach neighborhood of San Diego, Calif., stands with a guest from the Firehouse American Eatery & Lounge. Photo by Marsha Kay Seff, Beach & Bay Press.

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Russ Van Huizum, owner of Top Dog Limo Bus in Pacific Beach, shared some of his industry tales with SDnews.com.

Among them include a wedding sabotaged by the groom’s ex-girlfriend; a wedding canceled last-minute by a groom who got wet feet; another cancelled wedding by a would-be groom who found the would-be bride and a male stripper getting it on in the back of a limo; and a lawsuit from an abusive client who was beat up by a chauffeur.

Van Huizum points out that for every bump in the road, his limo business has enjoyed more positive and happy experiences.

Click here to read the entertaining article in its entirety.

Source: SDnews.com

Related Topics: California operators, party buses, stretch limousine

Comments ( 3 )
  • Mike Hammi

     | about 12 months ago

    San Diego is a city of clubs, concerts and events all the year round. People need limo bus services with friends and family to go to these. So when you are with friends and family moments become stories. Mike Hammi, Owner Diego Party Bus http://www.sandiegopartylimo.com

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