When your wedding day arrives, you definitely want to get to the church on time.
You also want to get there, and make sure everyone knows you’ve arrived.
R.J. Limousines will see that you show up promptly and in style, making a grand entrance from a beautiful limousine or an exotic vehicle such as a 1949 Rolls Royce, 2008 Cadillac Escalade, 2008 Mercedes S550, 2008 Hummer H2, or 2008 Infiniti QX56.
The company believes in providing customers with classy and elegant rides, and has Lincoln stretch limousines that can accommodate 10 to 14 passengers. All feature bars, laser, strobe, and fiber optic lighting as well as a premium sound system with DVD player. Equipment is new, and drivers dress in tuxedos for weddings, says Robert Wisniewski, the company’s owner.
The business services the entire tri-state area.
“Everybody loves our cars and our service,” says Wisniewski.
The 22-passenger Cadillac Escalade features such amenities as a sleek, hard wood floor; laser and fiber optic lighting; state-of-the-art surround sound stereo system; and multiple televisions that can be viewed from any seat.
“This beautiful limousine captures the class and elegance you deserve for any special occasion,” he says. “The Cadillac Escalade has been designed to fit the most discerning of tastes.”
Or, maybe you would prefer to drive up in a Mercedes Benz Limousine S550.
“It is one of the most strikingly beautiful vehicles on the road,” says Wisniewski. Among the highlights are an exquisite bar, strobe and fiber optic lighting; a premium sound system with DVD video; and gorgeous upholstered seating. “The S550 is a head turner everywhere it goes,” he says.
The 12-passenger 2008 Chrysler 300 stretch is another option, with amenities that include a state-of-the-art sound system, with IPOD jack and audio-video inputs for all gaming systems. There are flat-screen televisions and impressive lighting.
“The Chrysler 300 stretch is sure to raise eyebrows on the way to your special event,” says Wisniewski.
And what can you say about a Rolls Royce, one of the most famous names in the industry? In the early 1900s, it was called, “the best car in the world,” and some might say it still is. When you ride to the reception in this, you’ll command the attention of everyone on the road.
Your guests may want to leave the driving to RJ’s Limousines, too. They offer party buses that can accommodate from 28 to 50 passengers. Stylish and fun, these party buses are, “the ultimate form of luxury transportation,” he says. They are also popular for bachelor and bachelorette parties, group outings, proms, and offer a convenient way to get the group together for a roll of the dice in Atlantic City. There’s limo-style seating, privacy blinds on the windows, laser and fiber optic lighting, plus a sound system. A 42-inch plasma television, multiple bars, and a private rest room means the party will get going before you get to where you want to go.
Hundreds of brides and bridal parties have counted on R.J. Limousines.
“Whatever the theme of your wedding, we have the limos for you,” says Wisniewski. “Our limos are spotless and our drivers are knowledgeable and attentive.”
R.J. Limousines [3285 Sunrise Hwy. between Beach Street and Wantagh Avenue. in Wantagh, Long Island, (516) 221–3040, www.RJLimos.com]. Open every day, 10 am–8 pm.
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