Clyman Partybus Rentals

There are many other important questions to ask a limo company about Clyman. The most common item for people to ask questions about is cost Other questions to ask are namely that of car styles, availability, minimums, food, drink, other concessions, and any other details you are unsure of or curious about.

Prices for limousines can vary from $40-$150 per hour for the ride plus 20% gratuity. But sometimes at the end of their booking consumers find hidden charges and surcharges. A person inquiring about a rental booking needs to ask “How much is it going to cost total.” Get the mysterious and unknown charges out in the open. Playing catch up accounting is no fun for anyone, driver and passenger included. This question needs to be addressed to the front office of the limo company, so there is no confusion or surprises. I want to know all the charges “out the door”, gratuity included!

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Where is the Party Bus Limo?

Party Bus versus limo. Age old question. When Euripides wanted to plan a rippin’ good time on the town in Athens, he got a piece of paper and his handy Montblanc pen, drew a line down the middle and titled one column party bus pros and the other limo pros.

So, you’re not alone if you too are planning some fun and need to get there in style.

Party Bus or Limo?

First let me congratulate you. You’re on the right track. Party buses and limos are both awesome. You can have a great time in both. But, it’s a matter of degrees. Which one has the best chance of filling your people with maximum delight.

Move Around Room

Obviously, the basic difference is the room you have for moving around. Party buses are built for you to get up walk around, stand and talk, and even dance. Limos aren’t as tall so the travel is more about sitting and getting to the destination.

You’re not going to find that many limos with poles in the middle, where the more ambitious, dexterous, and maybe just drunk can show off their pole dancing skills. Many party busses have the pole.

If you have a lively group that wants to dance around while you’re on the road then party bus (also known as party van) is probably your best bet. You can switch seats in a limousine, but to really have free flowing mingling, you need the headroom to walk around.

Amenities

Both limos and party buses have sound systems, light systems, tvs, and bars. Party busses have more room for storage if you’re taking stuff with you to your destination. There’s also more cooler space.

Cost Comparison

The cost of a party bus is usually more per hour than a limo, but in most cases the party bus can handle a lot more passengers. So, if you have a smaller crew not looking to really get after it on the ride, then choose a limousine.

Summary: Limo Versus Party Bus

Let’s make the choice easy for you. If the destination is the most important part of your activity, and you want to look fancy getting there, get a limo.

On the other hand, if you want to have as much fun on during the journey as you do at the venue, then get a party bus.

Look, both are awesome, but the reason diving deep to figure out the details of party bus versus limo is because you want to gain every little advantage and maximize the good times.

Let’s take some examples. Wedding. If it’s an upscale affair get a limousine. If it’s a bunch a friends and less formal then a party bus might be perfect getting to the chapel or reception.

Prom. You’re young and fun. Go party bus. Unless, you’re whole team decides that the most important thing is to pull up and get out in supreme style. If that’s the case, then limo.

Sporting event. Party bus. No question.

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Pokemon Go Party Bus Birthday

Watch this video. You see that outfit right? Rufus Thomas at Wattstax concert in the LA Coliseum in 1972. I’m not even a big fan of his music, but that pink outfit has changed my life. I mean he has a pink cape. Pink shirt with DEEP dip. Pink jacket. Pink shorts. And white leather boots that creep up toward his knees. Unbelievable. He asks, what looks like a capacity audience, “Ain’t I’m clean (:45).”

Might be one of the top moments in live music ever. Look at that outfit. If that doesn’t get you in the mood to funk out you’re dead.

Watch that thing. Need more motivation? The camera lingers on a gorgeous dancing girl in the crowd with an impossibly short skirt (2:46). Phew!

I’m going to admit right now. I don’t know jack about new music. If you need the top hits of today, you’re going to be sorely disappointed with this list. On the other hand, if you dig grooves from all kinds of different eras that have that funk, you’re gonna feel it in your gut and butt.

This is a badass list. If you’re playing the Youtube list, make sure you have adblock. You must have adblock. I can’t have the flow broken up by annoying marketing messages. Adblock.

Okay. Plug in to the wicked party bus sound system and have yourself a funkin’ party bus party. Dim the lights. Spin the disco ball. Snap on the colored LEDs. AND. SHAKE IT. HARD. Gramma gonna get lit. Your Uncle’s having bad thoughts.

At present there are 104 songs on this playlist. Let’s say the average song is four minutes. That’s about 7 hours of music. You’re gonna get to your Milwaukee destination and back in funky ease. I was going to say so flip it on and sit back and relax. But, that is physically impossible.

Your torso is going to veer front and back and side to side like you’re wearing the world’s strongest magnet belt in a party bus made of steel. You’re just going to need to lock in and ride it out. Sorry. You’re bound to have so much fun it’s going to hurt.

But, that’s why you have the day off tomorrow. Recovery from the exhaustion of pure joy.

Enjoy.

I kick off this list is my favorite song. If You Want Me to Stay by Sly and the Family Stone. So thick and creamy and decadent. That bass line is religion. You need to ease into this party vibe. When that bass locks in to your soul you will be ready to have transcendent fun. Pass me a beer.


 

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