New Blog Post Explains Why Dallas Bus Rental Is Best For Group Outings To Dallas

August 13, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - US Coachways, a business based in Staten Island, New York, has announced that they have recently posted a new article on their website. The article is titled, “Your Guide to a Charter Bus Rental to Dallas-Fort Worth” and it explains why it would be preferable to rent a bus to transport the group from one place to another in the city of Dallas because the important places are spread out such that walking is not recommended.

Ed Telmany, owner of US Coachways, explains, “In a state where they only do it big, Dallas sets the standard. It's the home of the State Fair of Texas, the nation's largest. There's the Dallas Arts District, spanning 68 acres and more than 19 city blocks. The Cotton Bowl, with room for 92,000 screaming fans, has long been one of the premier sites for college football and don't forget "Big Tex," the 55 foot tall mascot of the state fair. You wouldn’t be enjoying all of these things if you have to walk from one place to another.”

Because or the many features of a charter bus rental, it is the best choice for any kind of trip to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Any kind of group who is planning an outing or trip to the city of Dallas will find that to charter a bus in Texas is the best possible option.

For corporate or business functions, such as a team building exercise, or a business meeting or conference at a convention center like the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, a charter bus can help the members of the group take advantage of the travel time. While inside the bus, they can prepare themselves for the convention, meeting, or team building exercise.

For schools trips, a charter bus would mean less worries about the safety of the students, chaperons, and the faculty. This kind of travel is also ideal for arts and cultural outings, sports travel, or club trips.

For church ministries, a charter bus offers advantages whether it’s a mission trip, a fellowship outing, or any other kind of outreach. This is because traveling by bus will help the participants in developing a real sense of community.

And for families, a charter bus offers a great way to get the family members together, whether it is a birthday party, a graduation or engagement party, a rehearsal dinner, a family reunion, an anniversary celebration, or a wedding.

Then there are the once in a lifetime events, such as going to a big game, a concert, or any kind of show with a group of other people. The charter bus will offer a fun way to travel to the location and back.

Of course, Dallas offers a lot of places to go to. These include the Dealey Plaza, which is a popular tourist destination because it was the site of the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy; the Sixth-Floor Museum where people can see the “sniper’s perch,” where many believe Lee Harvey Oswald took aim at President Kennedy. People can also visit the John Neely Bryan Cabin, the Dallas County Historical Plaza, and the Dallas Arts District.

And then there are the five-time Super Bowl champions, the Dallas Cowboys. People can watch them play in their home turf. The Cotton Bowl Stadium is home to the Cowboys and many college football games have been played there too. Furthermore, Dallas does not only offer enjoyable sports but also great food and great shopping opportunities.

Ed Telmany points out that US Coachways is committed to providing reasonably priced bus rental to various places, such as Dallas, Texas. They are also committed to be able to handle all of the necessary transportation requirements of people who are traveling to a specific city or location. Each customer who makes a reservation for bus rental will be provided with a project manager who will handle all of the details of the trip and who is ready to answer all of the questions from customers.

Those who are interested in Dallas bus rental can visit the company website or contact them by telephone or via email.

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For more information about US Coachways, contact the company here:

US Coachways
Ed Telmany
855-287-2427
info@uscoachwaysinc.com
100 Saint Mary's Ave Staten Island, NY 10305

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