The experienced instructors at Arizona Elite Bootcamp understand that not everyone can do a one-handed pushup or bench-press a Fiat. Instead, they embrace each of their students’ individual abilities in boot camps, which combine the benefits of a strength and cardio workout with a motivational group mentality. In three outdoor locations, campers use both designated equipment and their own body weight to work their entire bodies. After workouts, clients can log in to the website’s fitness-tracking feature to view detailed reports and graphs that show their progress.
Blue Sky Airport Parking’s video-monitored lot is just a three-minute drive from Sky Harbor International Airport. As drivers pull in and park, the staff heads over to collect their luggage and escort them to terminals via an air-conditioned shuttle. The shuttle also picks guests up from the airport and drives them back to their cars. The well-lit facility features covered and uncovered parking spaces, and is surrounded by an 8-foot-high security fence.
Arizona Executive helps travelers weave around transportation hassles with a variety of chauffeur services, dedicating themselves to open lines of communication to help prevent late arrivals and minimize wait times. After an advance call to ensure that plans have not changed, the rovers will pick up passengers in a comfy sport-utility vehicle and offer complimentary bottled water for the ride. Drivers make themselves easy to find by using drop off and pick up areas located exclusively on the north side of flight terminals at the airport. Once you arrive at the baggage claim on the return leg of your trip, make a quick call to the transportation company and they'll speedily dispatch your coachman to the cell phone parking lot to await your arrival.
When Jason Kaplan discovered an untapped transportation niche in the hotel and resort industry, he started The Driver Provider. In the beginning, his one-man operation transported just a handful of clients. He let his business grow naturally, relying on word of mouth instead of hiring a sales staff or a team of skywriting dragons. Over time, he built relationships with luxury resorts and Fortune 100 companies, amassing a fleet of 1,200 sedans, vans, limos, buses, and SUVs. Because of his good reputation, the readers of Arizona Foothills voted The Driver Provider the Best Limo and Sweet Rides in 2011. In addition to running his business, Jason Kaplan was president of the Arizona Limousine Association for two years.
RubyRide might seem like a taxi service at first glance, but its cars really only have one thing in common with the typical cab: call for one, and you'll receive a prompt ride anywhere. Beyond that, differences abound. RubyRide clients don't pay by the mile, for instance. Thanks to the company's subscription-based plan, they pay by the month. In return, they get unlimited rides in eco-friendly hybrid cars, with the option of scheduling in advance or even scheduling a sequence of recurring trips?such as a Wednesday trip to the grocery store.
Salt River Shuttle's chauffeurs run a fleet of SUVs, vans, and party buses between the metro Phoenix area and the picturesque shores of Salt River. They safely drop off families of fun-seekers and groups of friends or coworkers at a stretch of placid riverfront flanked by massive red-rock formations and open fields. After disembarking, passengers are free to spend lazy afternoons floating down the gentle current in tubes or the mouths of friendly sea monsters before drivers reappear to transport them home.