Some people are often at a loss on how to celebrate their birthdays. On the bright side, there are others who want to do something meaningful and do it in style. Donna Weaver of the Press of Atlantic City in New Jersey has one such story to tell:
Elijah Langford turned 22 years old Tuesday, and he had a very special dinner date at the Melting Pot in Atlantic City.
The Richard Stockton College senior said he wanted to celebrate life on his birthday and give back, so he escorted nine female cancer survivors to dinner in a stretch limo.
What happened in the AC will resonate well with residents in Indianapolis. Some organizations hold special activities for people afflicted with the Big C and always inspire them to stay strong; the Indianapolis Colts held a similar event during one of their Tuesday days-off. If you are looking to make your own birthday special and not have to worry about going somewhere to celebrate, consider renting a limo from Indianapolis companies like Antique Limousine of Indianapolis.
Planning to take out friends and loved ones often requires determining the size of the expected entourage. This will help you choose which vehicles in your preferred limo service’s fleet can be used to capacity, whether it’s a stretch SUV or a tour bus. Langford rented a stretch Hummer limo for the “dinner date” and arranged for pickup at his house.
Browsing through a limo service’s catalog will also yield data on the rental rates for each vehicle package, plus a slight gratuity percentage for the driver. Certain vehicles can be rented between one to three hours. Plan ahead, however, if you need a vehicle for an all-day run, which usually lasts 12 hours. This is essential, as some limo rentals mandate limiting the duration of the rental to 1am the following day.
Renting out a limousine to bring your friends and loved ones together for a community activity on your special day is always a fun thing to do. When you undertake that through an Indianapolis limo rental firm like Antique Limousine, you help spread the message that people must always give back to their community.
(Source: For 22nd birthday, student takes 9 cancer survivors out to dinner, Press of Atlantic City, 22 October 2014)