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Group Transportation to Manhattan – Jacob Javits Center Events Updates

transportation to Jacob Javitz CenterThe Jacob K. Javits Convention Center is one of New York’s most popular event locations. Sitting deep inside the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood overlooking the Hudson River, it is a central location for concerts, expos and more. Unfortunately, a quick search online will show you that parking in the area can range anywhere from $15 an hour up to $25 or more, and that probably won’t even cover the time it takes you to get into the convention center. For most people traveling in a group, hiring a transport service is typically far less expensive and guarantees you can get as close as possible to the events center. Read More

Private Transportation Services – 10 Tips to Save Time and Money

Saving Time and MoneyPrivate transportation services exist to make your life easier. When it comes to traveling and seeing the world, the worst place to be is stuck on a crowded bus or waiting at the airport for a ride. That’s why so many private transportation services now exist to pick you up at a scheduled time, driving a luxury vehicle, and taking you directly to your destination with fewer stops and less down time along the way.

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Teddy’s SUV Orders Expected To Exceed Capacity For Winter School Break 2017! Book Early.

winter break travelMany Families look forward to School Winter Break. It’s exciting to get ready for anticipated week-long travel getaways and relaxation under the sun.

Unfortunately, winter vacation is also one of the busiest times for travel. Taking place for one week in February, everyone wants to get away from the cold at the same time.

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5 Tips For Surviving Holiday Travel

Surviving Holiday TravelSome things are universal and the stress of holiday travel is one of them. Whether you are driving to New York City on business or heading to Florida for a family vacation, long lines, large crowds, traffic and lots of chaos characterize the holiday travel season. That’s why we’ve put together a list of five tips for surviving holiday travel stress free.

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Holiday Travel With Kids – 6 Ways To Survive

Surviving Holiday Travel with KidsTraveling during the busiest time of the year is a challenge to begin with, but holiday travel with kids can be exceptionally trying. The biggest thing to remember when planning your trip is to plan ahead and give yourself plenty of time to reach your destination. Taking strollers through airport security and waiting on little ones to keep up can have a big effect on how long it takes you to get to your gate. Here are some tips to simplify holiday travel with kids this year: Read More

Macy’s Day: Doing The Parade In Style

A quintessential New York event

Getting to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day ParadeThere are few things more “New York” than the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. Held nearly every year since 1924, it’s one of the biggest events the City has to offer, and one of the most extravagant celebrations in the country. The balloons, floats, celebrities, marching bands and the excitement of the crowds are a memorable way to start Thanksgiving Day and kick of the Christmas season.

In recent years, the parade has been seen by more than 50 million people around the country and more than 3.5 million people along a two-mile stretch of the parade route. Seeing the parade in person is one of those things everyone consider doing at least once. Read More

Is Your Travel And Expense Policy Well-Defined?

Paying for TravelOutlining a well-defined travel and expense policy can be difficult, especially if you are dealing primarily with executive travelers. Executives typically enjoy autonomy in their work environment and make many decisions on their own without seeking approval first. Thus, implementing a travel and expense policy that requires extra checks and balances is challenging, but it can be done with the full support of your executive board for best results.

Build Your Team

In order to create a well-defined policy, you will likely need input from the people who are traveling most. By including them in the policy drafting process, you can ask direct questions about their travel experience and get a good idea of what issues need to be addressed. You will also gain buy-in for the new policy by being inclusive in the early stages. Read More

When Private Car Curbside Pickup Is a Good Idea

When Private Car Curbside Pickup Is a Good IdeaOne of the most convenient aspects of chauffeured car service after a flight is that the driver can meet you in the airport, such as in the baggage claim area or elsewhere in the terminal. With this service, called “baggage greet,” your chauffeur service begins before you even set foot in your private car or limousine. But there are times when curbside pickup is a good idea, such as when airport construction limits parking or otherwise complicates the departure process. Read More

Tips For Planning Your Company’s Next Corporate Event

Business eventAs a Connecticut and New York-area transportation services company, we’ve seen a lot of corporate events over the years. Some went perfectly while others could have been improved. Whether your upcoming corporate event is small or large, there are a few tips that can make the difference between a good event and an exceptional one. Here are a few pieces of wisdom we’ve picked up over the years.

Decide on the Goal of Your Event

Once you’ve identified a theme or goal for your event, you’ll find that a lot of the other details fall into place. Think about what you’re trying to accomplish: Is it a product launch? A teambuilding event? An industry networking event? Lead generation? If you can picture the intended atmosphere and mood, you’re well on your way to setting the tone for the entire event. Read More