Three Keys to Creating a Fun and Successful Party Band

Posted on: 30 May 2018

There are a plethora of great musicians who can join together and create great music. But, when it comes to being a band that is performing at a party, like a birthday or wedding, there are some things that every performer should know. That is, a good party band should follow a few simple rules. This article explains what makes a party band great. Check Your Egos and Have Fun [Read More]

Excited For Football Season? Make Sure You Tailgate Right

Posted on: 30 May 2018

This fall, when your favorite football team hits the field, make sure that you party right. No more basic tailgates out of the back of your friend's pick-up truck. This fall, when your favorite football team has a home game, a party bus rental for sporting events is the ultimate tailgating experience. Make A Reservation in Advance You may not be the only person who has the smart idea of using a party bus to tailgate and then go out and party after the biggest football games of the season. [Read More]

3 Ideas For Hosting The Best-Ever Summertime Backyard Party For Your Child

Posted on: 20 April 2018

Summer vacation from school is something that kids look forward to with great anticipation, but once it arrives, boredom can quickly set it. This is often true because kids may not be able to see their friends every day, as they do during the school year. Parents who want to offer their kids more summer interaction with their friends can easily do so, right in their own home and the following suggestions can help make it a success. [Read More]

Looking For A Team Building Activity? 4 Reasons To Try An Escape Room

Posted on: 27 February 2018

Do you think an escape room is just for fun and friendship? It's actually something that can build job skills your team could use. How? Here are 4 skills that are honed in an escape room setting. Teamwork. Generally, escape rooms are designed for groups of people to work together. While this is usually a group of fun-seeking friends, it could be your office team too. Some puzzles literally require more than one person working together to solve. [Read More]