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Why Parents Are Choosing Party Buses for their Child's Prom Transportation

by Cheaplimo Servicedc cheaplimoservicedc.com


With prom approaching, have you been trying to find a means of safe transportation for your child? Transportation and where they will be after prom is often the biggest source of disagreement between students and their parents. But what if there were safe transportation available and a secure place for your child to mingle with friends after prom that you could both agree on? The popular Washington DC Party Bus is the solution.


Why are more and more parents helping their child rent a party bus for an after-prom celebration?

A party bus serves as both the child’s transportation and celebration venue after prom, helping them stay safe. This mean instead your child filing in within the hundreds of cars released after prom, some following others to their celebration destination, there is only one vehicle for your child and all of their friends. This allows you to know where you child is, keeping everyone in one safe atmosphere.


Will they go for it?

Most students will gladly ditch the convoy for this exciting environment. You may have heard that party buses include a full bar and dance pole. The bar is stocked prior to picking up clients, when it’s for prom, we simply don’t stock the bar, so the bus is 100% alcohol free. The dance pole is also removable.

A DC Party Bus Rental has other awesome features students will love, like a huge flat screen TV with a DVD player, strobe lights, laser lights, and fiber optic lights too! They can play their favorite songs through a professional sound system just by hooking up their phone.

It’s safe like DC Wedding Limo Service, but fun like a dance club! Call us today — (800) 371–1434


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