Santa Rosa Ca Luxury Bus Weddings Special Events Casino & Wine Tasting discounts

When looking to "live,laugh in luxury" with family or friends, then LLH Travels, a luxury bus charter company, have services such as weddings, special events, casino tours, out-of-state, wine tasting, game shows, and day trips make for the perfect solution.

Santa Rosa, United States - December 7, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Santa Rosa, California-based LLH Travels, a luxury charter bus company, has launched its luxury transportation services for special events, game shows, casino tours, wine tasting, weddings, and even out-of-state functions. The company also now offers all-inclusive travel, hotel accommodations, dinning packages, with discounts and payment plans as well as complimentary Colusa Resort Casino rides. Click the link to see one of their customers win the showcase on the Price Is Right Show 2017 Halloween special!

More information is available at http://llhtravels.com.

LLH Travels is expanding their services and is also looking to hire extraordinary people.Their services includes luxury bus travel to weddings, special events and wine tasting throughout the Santa Rosa Ca, north Bay Area and even out-of-state trips. Also they offer Bus services for church groups, corporate events, university/college outings, as well as sports, concerts, and day trips are also available.

Other services LLH Travels currently offers are complimentary bus travel to the Colusa Resort Casino on a Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday. This option is perfect for those looking to play bingo, card tables, slots or indulge in fine dining. The company also draw six raffle tickets daily on these days, with the lucky winner receiving a wide range of gifts from money, hats, shirts, trinkets, and gift cards. Riders receive a drink and complimentary snack on board the bus. To see the bus schedule for the Casino, please visit http://llhtravels.com/casino.

In 2018, LLH Travels has also planned Reno Getaways and Nugget Casino bingo bashes. These packages include bingo seat reservation, hotel accommodation and bus fare to and from the location. To see event dates, please visit http://llhtravels.com/2018-events.

LLH travels have an extensive background in the transportation industry. As such, they offer their clients a top-notch service from start to finish. Also, they are passionate about their vehicles and level of presentation, and it’s this keen eye for detail that sees their clients coming back time-and-time again.

When asked about the quality of their service, a spokesperson for LLH Travels said, “We pride ourselves on offering our customers competitive pricing, payment plans, and safe reliable convenient services. Our regular customers love the service so much that they’ve named the coach the ‘FUN & LUCKY BUS.”

To find out more about LLH Travels, call 415 747 1036 or visit the link above. 

Contact Info:
Name: Loraine Horace
Email: llhtravels@gmail.com
Organization: LLH Travels LLC
Address: P.O Box 874, Santa Rosa, California 95402, United States
Phone: +1-415-747-1036

For more information, please visit http://www.llhtravels.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 275082

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