In the more than 60 years since it opened its first lot, Ace Parking has grown to operate 450 facilities across the United States. Their services range from long-term parking for airports to valet services for hotels, restaurants, and support groups for those with parallel-parking phobias. The company also consults with clients on eco-friendly parking solutions and partners with numerous charitable organizations.
Starlite Limousine takes pride in offering the best Sacramento Limo Transportation and car service with meet and greet services and friendly, qualified drivers. Our Limousines, SUV’s, Limos and chauffeurs are first class. Many of our clients choose to come back to us time and time again.
It's hard to miss Twin Rivers Limousine's most recognizable vehicle as it cruises the streets of Sacramento. It is, after all, pink—very pink, as in bumper-to-bumper, everything-but-the-windows pink. Rather than a brazen display of ostentation, however, the vehicle represents the company's commitment to a higher calling: 10% of the pink vehicle's proceeds go toward breast-cancer research. The vehicle is just one of a whole fleet of luxury vehicles available for everything from airport pickups to wine-country excursions. At the helm of each 4-passenger sedan, 10-passenger limo, and 12-passenger stretch SUV sits a licensed and insured chauffeur, who sees to it that charges arrive at their destination in a safe and speedy manner.
What began in 1909 as a single-service window-washing company is today a multinational corporation with 100,000 employees and irons in a multitude of fires. ABM Industries Inc. handles nearly every aspect of facility management, from security and electrical systems to parking solutions and janitorial services—including, yes, window washing. Moreover, the company specializes in providing integrated facilities services for its clients.
Velocab’s emission-free vehicles—extended-frame bicycles encased in a car-style body—transport up to three riders or hooky-playing scooters for all manner of occasion. In addition to performing utilitarian tasks, such as giving cab rides or delivering goods, drivers can also be commissioned for services such as history tours, pub crawls, and shuttles to and from baseball games.
A little bit of the Wild West still survives in Heartstoppers Haunted House, except that "survives" implies that its inhabitants are living. Visitors first find themselves in the heart of the Deadlands, a town once and still terrorized by the murderous gunslinger, Cyrus Lynch. His zombified victims, freed from their shallow graves, now inhabit the saloons and general stores, seeking revenge on their killer and someone who can figure out how to make the player piano play anything other than "Old Susanna."
Interlopers duck into Dr. Lash's Sideshow for relief, only to to find themselves surrounded by grotesque oddities and threatened by the mad doctor's unstable son, Billy. In their haste to leave town, the visitors stumble through the Tomb of Shadows—a dark, winding maze with a gauntlet of surprises—and into Steamghást Asylum, the abandoned rehabilitation center for the area's criminals. Overrun by insane doctors and bloodthirsty killers, the medical monstrosity of steam and electricity still reverberates with the screams of unwilling test subjects.