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Best Limo/Party Bus Rental Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach 2013 - Rebellion Transport

So this isn't the biggest fleet in the world ­— it's one man with a limo ($75 an hour, or ten hours for $500), a party bus ($150 per hour, or ten hours for $1,000), and a Star Wars fascination (though he has extra drivers for busy nights). But that one man, Pete Greenstein, is an amiable, honest guy who doesn't drink or smoke, so you know you're in good, safe, capable hands and won't get ripped off when you're good and schnockered and need a lift at 5 in the morning. Though he'll go as far as Port St. Lucie and Miami, he's known to make regular trips from Palm Beach Gardens/Jupiter to Clematis Street and back. Call — if he's making a run, you don't have to rent the whole bus; just pay per head and jump in. He also does regular runs from Palm Beach County down to Fort Lauderdale strip clubs — and in fact, if you're in downtown West Palm Beach, get a free ride to Spearmint Rhino's. Try not to hurt yourself on the stripper pole in the party bus, and please don't puke in the limo — no one ever has, so far.

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jaxwillis23
jaxwillis23

Party buses are definitely fun things. Every time I've been in a party bus it has been one of the most memorable parties. I definitely think it's one of those things that everyone should experience at some point in their life. It might actually be a good idea to get one of these things set up for my friends and I in the next few months.

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jordanjohnsonboo
jordanjohnsonboo

Seems like Pete is putting on a high quality business. How much does he usually charge? My wife and I are considering putting on a family reunion where we travel around and see some of the sights on the eastern sea board. Hopefully it isn't prohibitively expensive.  http://www.bushireadelaide.com.au

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