Event Planning

Hospitality | Executive Transportation | Event Transport | NYC NJ

Dry Run: Major Keys to Event Transport Success, Vol. #1

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A "Dry Run" is one of the most POWERFUL and Productive preps you can do to ensure your Event Transport in NYC is a Success.   A "Dry Run" can be done without the Full Fleet of cars that have been booked for the Event Transport. However, we do suggest doing the Run with a few "Event Captains" that will assist the other drivers on Event Day.   We suggest doing the Run 72 to 48 hours before Event Day to keep things fresh and accurate. Things change quickly in big cities like NYC. Consequently, the last thing you want is to have expired guidelines.   Try to do a Run even if its not in the budget. We suggest doing a Run with at least ONE vehicle so you can get a "feel" of the Event Route.    A DRY RUN WILL HELP YOUR LEADERS AND DRIVERS BE IN SYNC During an event, it is CRUCIAL that all vendors are ON THE...

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Arrive in Style with our Luxury Party Buses

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NYC & NJ HAS A LOT OF PARTIES. YOU NEED A RIDE? LUXURY RIDE HAS GOT YOUR BACK WITH SOME OF THE MOST ESTEEMED LUXURY PARTY BUSES - AT YOUR SERVICE.   20 passenger - Cadillac Escalade Jet Door Limo   Original Limousine on the outside; Luxury Party Bus on the inside.  [caption id="attachment_251" align="alignleft" width="300"] Luxury Party Buses | Luxury Ride | NYC NJ[/caption][caption id="attachment_252" align="alignright" width="300"] Luxury Party Buses | Luxury Ride | NYC NJ[/caption]  Comfortable and Premium for the Very Important 20 Exclusive guests. This choice of our Luxury Party Buses is perfect & quick for anyone trying to get too a Good Time and leave from a Good Time. The inside of the Party Bus, being roomy and modern, makes you feel like you're already at the club before being "at the club". Fully equipped with a jet door for easy VIP access, Flat Screen TVs, DVD/CD player with surround sound & an iPod connection; in...

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Event Planning | Transportation | NYC NJ Luxury Ride | Staging Tips

4 Staging Tips for The High-Scale Events in NYC

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EVENT PLANNING STRIVES FOR AN IMAGE OF SEAMLESS FINESSE. SMOOTH TRANSPORTATION IS A MUST TO ACHIEVE THIS - AND A MUST IN THE NYC NJ SCENE.   LUXURY RIDE ENJOYS WORKING WITH PEOPLE IN NYC OR NJ IN THE EVENT PLANNING OR TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY. WE LIKE SHARING OUR EXPERIENCE.   YVONNE CHOURINARD, FOUNDER OF PATAGONIA, ONCE SAID (PARAPHRASED), "IF YOU FIGURED OUT SOMETHING THAT WORKS, SHARE IT"  The Event Planning Industry, along with the Transportation Industry, is extremely competitive. Behind the scenes conflict are a norm, and colleagues can be shady. Luxury Ride promotes teamwork - and with that comes the sharing of knowledge. We understand how crazy things can get, and how far off the ACTUAL can stray from the PLAN. We propose a solution: craft your 10/10 plan in such a way that leaves room for changes. Map out the general tasks and be sure to achieve such; execution of the tasks are never static and must...

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JFK Terminal 4 | Luxury Ride

Surviving JFK Terminal 4

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 Surviving JFK Terminal 4 “T4”  For those of you who travel, especially internationally, you know what we mean by “Surviving JFK Terminal 4”. Although T4 is a beautiful piece of architecture, it is still an Airport that transports billions of people annually – and because it is an airport, there will always be an issue and/or setback of some level of magnitude.   There is no larger setback than the multiple entrances/exits to Terminal 4 at JFK International.   After riding a 10+ hour international flight into the US, you are most likely tired – and most likely have a driver of some sort waiting to pick you up. When arriving to the terminal, it is only natural to desire a seamless and easy pick-up from your driver. Yet, due to the multiple entrances/exits, “seamless” seems unattainable.   There are two things that Executives desire when traveling: Punctuality Minimum-stress levels when concerning transportation from Point A to Point...

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