Big D’s Limos escorts customers to their destinations in style and safety inside a fleet of classic and modern vehicles. Customers can opt for rides ranging from a snazzy, classic Excalibur wedding limousine with a vintage grill and white running boards to a contemporary 30-passenger limo coach with flat-screen TVs, a dance floor, and an instinctive ability to understand how computers work. Behind the steering wheel of each automobile is an experienced chauffeur capable of transporting customers to and from airports, weddings, nights on the town, or area vineyards.
Trip Savers provides a hassle-free way to simplify the yearly move to and from college housing, or ship overlooked keepsakes and fresh-baked casseroles during the semester. Students attending Trip Savers–served colleges can purchase a Trip Savers box kit, pack up their belongings, and reserve a pickup date for easy, door-to-door delivery. A box kit includes a reusable Trip Savers Box, filament strapping tape, a marker, address labels, and the delivery of the box to your home. By taking a load off students, Trip Savers helps reduce carbon emissions related to back-and-forth trips from the cornfield where you buried your stuffed animals. Opt for a green solution on dreaded moving days that doesn’t involve filling your car’s tank with celery juice.
From behind the wheel of one of their fleet of stretched-out luxury cars, Absolute Prestige Limousine’s drivers deliver passengers to special occasions in plush-leather elegance decked out with televisions and thumping sound systems. Each vehicle features shimmering bar glassware ready for exuberant toasts on the way to wine tours of the Finger Lakes or decisive dances at senior proms. Wedding-day packages help enamored couples tie the knot with amenities including champagne toasts, Just Married signs, red carpet treatments, and horns that honk Pachelbel’s Canon.
The Arcade & Attica Railroad began its existence as a handful of incomplete tracks, proceeding in stops and starts through the Allegheny River valley. When the Pennsylvania Railroad Company decided it needed service to Buffalo, it bought up the disparate stretches of rail line and linked them together. The company and its successors hardly imagined it to be one of their more long-lasting endeavors, but the little railroad weathered track washouts and bankruptcies and even made it through the Great Depression without laying off a single employee. In the 1950s, its owners decided to try short, scenic passenger excursions to bolster their flagging freight business, and the tourist line as it exists today was born.
These days, trains launch from historical Arcade Station, which is a small museum of American railroad history. A restored steam engine idles out front, waiting to pull up to 382 passengers through countryside largely unchanged since the 1880s. In addition to stunning views, excursions provide photo opportunities with the locomotive and the chance to enthusiastically wear striped overalls in public.
At Lake Aviation, FAA-certified flight instructors oversee a wide spectrum of programs that help patrons develop aeronautical skills, whether they're aspiring aviators or casual joyriders. Pilots-in-training can take a Private Pilot's License and then branch out into specialty programs such as Instrument Certification and Ground Instruction. Everyone else, meanwhile, can skip right to soaring through a scenic discovery flight, wherein two or three passengers fly high above upstate New York and even the Niagara Falls while a professional pilot steers the aircraft around any cloud-based traffic jams.
Though their location hasn't changed since 1971, the technicians at Auto Sound Systems Inc. take pride in keeping up with advanced technologies. Drawing on an inventory of the latest automotive accessories, they reinvigorate rides from bumper to bumper with custom sound systems, window tints, and rearview cameras that help drivers avoid the embarrassment of a crooked license plate.