A touchscreen stereo system equipped with video, DVD, CD, iPod, and MP3 capabilities. Tunes blaring from a satellite radio with 130 channels. Running backs racing toward the end zone on two 15-inch televisions. What could easily pass for high-end amenities in a sprawling hotel suite are all tucked into A Vineyard Tour of Temecula’s luxurious customized limousine van. The black van boasts seating for up to six passengers, who enjoy the vehicle’s bells and whistles as they roll past breathtaking landscapes of Temecula wine country during beer and wine tours, periodically stopping to sample local varietals and brews. Along with libation-centric excursions, A Vineyard Tour of Temecula makes its ride available for anything concert and casino trips to luxurious lifts to weddings or extra glamorous parent-teacher conferences.
Founded in the mid-1980s, The California Women's Conference boasts a long and proud tradition of lectures and discussion panels aimed especially at women in business. Some highlights from past years include a panel and sack race featuring Michelle Obama, Ann Romney, Cindy McCain, and Elizabeth Edwards in 2007 and a historic address from the Dalai Lama and Maria Shriver in 2006. Beyond annual conventions, The California Women’s Conference offers news and resources with a lively online community.
From Atlanta to LA, Park 'N Fly keeps cars safe inside their secured quarters just a quick shuttle ride away from the nearest airport. To make taking a trip more convenient for travelers, they offer 24-hour shuttles that arrive every five minutes, valet parking, and luggage assistance, beyond giving their vehicles a safe place to stay. Their lots are gated, well lit, and monitored.
When leaving on a lengthy trip abroad, the safety of one's car can be a ruinous stressor. Fortunately, Sunrise Airport Parking quells such worries with its secure lot. A gate and ample lighting guard vehicles 24/7 and protect them from mischief. And should a vehicle fall to its own infirmity, the staff offers such complimentary help as tire changes, jump-starts, and scolding the car for having a bad attitude. Wide spaces welcome each car into their striped grasp, and a free shuttle picks up and drops off fliers directly from their rides.
Believing that the chauffeur industry was ripe for more courtesy and punctuality, Jon Walcher founded I-Drive in September of 2012. Now more than a year into the project, Jon offers a wide range of transportation services, ferrying passengers inside his vans and sleek black sedans. Whether you're catching a ride to the airport, going out on the town, or dispersing free samples of Grey Poupon, you can simply inform the driver of your intended destination, then sit back and enjoy the ride.