Nothing dampens a traveler's getaway glow faster than having to solicit friends and neighbors for a rush-hour ride to the airport. That’s why Skypark Airport Parking set up just a three-block jaunt away from Lambert–St. Louis International Airport, providing passengers with a safe, convenient place to park their self-driven taxis. After kissing cars goodbye inside the fully lit and fenced-in facility, guests can grab their luggage and hop aboard a shuttle that will transport them to their terminal. Parking patrons can even request optional upkeep such as car washes and oil changes to ensure vehicles are shiny and ready to roll when they return. The facility is open 24 hours a day to accommodate redeye flights, which often stop to peek inside and coo at the sleeping cars.
The scarf masters at Scarves.com have scoured the globe, connecting customers with the finest neck coverings from around the world. Whether they're woven from threads such as silk, linen, and wool, their collection of scarves, pashminas, shawls, and neckerchiefs helps wearers accessorize their ensembles year-round. Their website also maximizes convenience, allowing shoppers to customize their search by color, season, material, or style. This commitment to service doesn't end once scarves have shipped. Each piece comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee; if any issues arise, a no-hassle return policy allows customers to ship their merchandise right back for a full refund.
Whether you're a diehard Chiefs fan awaiting the perfect tailgating party, or just hoping to see the sights without being stuck in red lights, Apex Parking KC lives up to its name with decades of parking expertise. Easy in-and-out parking in the safety of Apex's security eases worries of dinging, denting, or flambeing. On game days, revelers can fill the 20,000-square-foot lot for tailgate parties, where there's plenty of space for tossing pigskins and open barbeque pits.
94Shuttle knows how to get parties rolling. Literally. Their professional drivers pilot luxury party buses loaded with equipment to entertain packs of up to 40 revelers on BYOB sojourns. Passengers can sing and dance along with their favorite tunes after connecting their iPod to the bus's sound system, or watch DVDs displayed on flatscreen televisions. A pair of vertical poles adds to the wild atmosphere during bachelor or bachelorette parties, winery trips, amd firefighting exams.
Doc’s Harley-Davidson works to keep owners and aspiring riders outfitted with knowledge, maintenance, and necessary equipment, earning Dealernews's 2007 Grand Prize for “best practices in retailing” and community involvement. Amid 28,000 square feet of parts, accessories, and service space, owner Patty Bush and her staff of motorcycle specialists consistently update the shop with innovations and promotions while maintaining a commitment to quality that began with Patty’s father, Doc, in 1955. In addition to equipping riders with new and preowned Harley-Davidson motorcycles and gear, the staff educates newcomers with a blend of classroom instruction and real-road experience that instills confidence when handling tricky turns or encountering speed-limit signs that involve fractions.