Taylor Rental helps create memorable graduations, company picnics, birthdays, weddings, barbeques, and more with a wide array of party supplies. Entertain guests with casino games such as blackjack ($49.50 per day) or carnival games including bingo, which comes with 100 cards, a bingo wheel, and balls ($21.50 per day). Partygoers can mingle and flirt in a forest of balloons sprouted from an assorted package of five-inch inflatables ($8.99) and filled with a tank of helium ($28, fills about 40 balloons) able to sustain squeaky voices for up to five hours.
Park Ride & Fly USA's car caretakers protect vacationing cars within 24-hour, well-lit parking lots near airports in more than 30 states. After dropping off their automobiles, customers can transport themselves and their luggage to the airport aboard one of the company’s complimentary shuttles or human-size hamster balls. While away, patrons rest easy knowing that their steel steeds are safe within fenced lots that are monitored by 24-hour surveillance. At many locations, shuttles also swing by the terminal to pick up returning travelers and reunite them with their respective vehicles, which are first freed of cloud-based artillery, including snow or recently rained molasses.
Nevada Ballet Theatre will launch its 39th season on October 15 with its Fall Series tribute to the late Robert Joffrey. This unprecedented performance will feature the combined dance powers of four of the nation's leading companies: Ballet West, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, and the Nevada Ballet Theatre. NBT dancers will kick off the evening with fluid, impressionistic movements that passionately recall the beauty of Degas paintings without subjecting the audience to overly talkative art historians with turpentine breath. Hubbard Street Dance Chicago will take the stage to perform the pas de deux from Gnawa, followed by Aspen Santa Fe Ballet's rendition of Jorma Elo's Red Sweet, a hyperkinetic blend of robotics and pirouettes. Danceophiles can also wiggle their feet fingers in anticipation of a special preview performance of Jiri Kylian's joyous Sinfonietta, danced by Ballet West.
MT&T Transportation Service's professional drivers undergo thorough background checks and screenings before they escort air-bound travelers to and from Midway and O'Hare. After collecting departing passengers, who can schedule a pick-up right from home, the driver rolls off to the airport in a modern Lincoln Town Car as the globetrotters concentrate on confirming reservations and preparing their minds to fully understand the mystery of flight. Incoming skyfarers can schedule an airport pick-up and slump into the Lincoln's comfortable backseat to rest after an exciting trip or long battle of wits against an empty baggage carousel. Roundtrips escort travelers to and from the airport in question with reliable pick-up plans and 24-hour call services in case plans change.
Olsen Concierge Services' professional team eases day-to-day stress with myriad home- and life-organization services. To prepare for holiday guests, patrons can solicit a personal assistant for help cleaning, pillow-fort building, or ribbon shopping. Olsen’s dynamos easily dwindle overstuffed errand lists and take the stress out of unforeseen business trips with house-sitting and pet-care services. Customers can even lasso three hours of assistance in planning a special event, be it a wedding, divorce luau, or surprise birthday party for the concierge.
Chicago Limousine stylishly delivers air travelers to their departure and arrival points in a luxury sedan dispatched from the company's 90-vehicle fleet. The same affable motorists used by high-profile executives since 1990 arrive at customer destinations in obsidian motor coaches, ferrying travelers to or from their flights in a fancy, hassle-free ride. After prearranging pickup and drop-off times, round-trip passengers enjoy seamless trips, arriving at their destinations without slogging through heavy traffic, navigating Byzantine airport parking structures, or convincing cab drivers not to pop wheelies on the Kennedy Expressway.