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North Carolina County Gets First Party Bus

Posted on April 4, 2016

Antoinette Flowers started A Delightful Tour after she took her 16-year-old son and his friends out to a restaurant for his birthday. When she could tell they weren't having fun, she put her business skills to work and came up wiht the idea of purchasing a party bus. 

Flowers said her bus caters to weddings, bachelor and bachelorette parties, birthdays and even a Carolina Panthers tailgate party during the hometown team’s run to Super Bowl 50 in February.

The bus isn't just for clients 21 and up, however. Flowers has hosted children’s parties, a quinceañera and a children’s night out at a pizza parlour as well. "We cater to children. We can set the bus up to have the party on the bus. I don’t want it to just be for 21 and older. I want it to be for everyone,” she said. 

Richmond County Daily Journal article here

Related Topics: bachelor parties, North Carolina operators, party buses, party poles, small business, small-fleet operators

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