What You'll Get
Jump to: Arrive In Style
Generate unnecessary attention from unsuspecting paparazzi and passersby with today’s luxurious four-wheeled Groupon. For $35, you’ll get 60 minutes of chauffeured joy with a limo ride from Ridge Auto Group, a $100 value. You can buy a two Groupons and use them together for two straight hours of limospendor.
Perfect your hip-popped red carpet poses, add oversized sunglasses, and casually slip into the spacious backseat of a fully loaded Lincoln Dabryan, a primo limo. Plush, spotless interiors and top-of-the-line services will trump your former chauffeured experiences (smelly taxi cab, juice-boxy soccer mom van, engine-less ferry). Whether you’re en route to a charity gala or just retrieving dry cleaning, you’ll look ultimportant emerging from one of Ridge Auto’s extravagant rides.
If you normally schlep shopping bags on crowded public transit or modestly bike about town, this is your chance for an affordable upgrade that will be able to carry home eight months worth of Lean Pockets and toilet paper with regal dignity. Or if you’re entertaining someone you want to impress at prom or on an adult date, renting a limo is a lot more reliable than depending on a fairy godmother and the transformative powers of pumpkins to get you and your guest where you need to go.
Arrive In Style
Dates, anniversaries, and charitable events are all great occasions to cash in your limo ride, but they’re also the most obvious choices. Before you make your appointment, consider whether you might prefer to arrive in a limousine for any of the following personal priorities:
- Magnanimously inviting yourself to ex-girlfriend’s engagement party
- Pretending to be a really snooty Transformer
- Destroying the confidence of spelling bee opponents
- Blowing some minds at Taco Bell
- Cracking window and staging phony conversation with The Rock
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 12, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Not valid 11/26/09, 12/24/09, 12/25/09, 12/31/09, or 02/14/10. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.