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Things to Know When Renting a Party Bus

If you want to have a party, you can hire a party bus, but there are things you should know first before renting the bus. There are three things that a very important to ask before you rent a party bus. 1. Inquire how much does it cost to complete a whole trip, in which you must ask about the other fees that are accompany it. When renting a party bus, some party bus companies only give its customers the base rate of the party bus, wherein the rental price and tax of the party bus are the only things that are included with the bases rate. Each party bus has a driver which is assigned to the bus, wherein the driver will accompany and drive the customers for the whole duration of the trip and can also provide some other services if needed.

There is a standard in which the service industry requires most areas to give the driver of the party bus a tip, the tip is usually 15-20 percent of the base rate, and also before taxes of course. This particular amount is already included in some party bus companies. 2. Party bus companies that have insurances that are updated and also have full licenses are safe to use, and never forget to always ask this question to them. Never rent a party bus from a party bus company without asking them about the legitimacy and the licensing of their company, this is for the safety and betterment of your group. When it comes to business and industries, there are some companies that will do their best to not apply for licenses, insurances and even inspections for their operations.

Companies that do not share these kind of information and try to avoid these type of questions should not be trusted because it will only cause issues and misunderstandings, it is highly recommended to switch to another company for your best interests. You will be experiencing more harm than good when renting the party buses of these types of party bus companies, in which they cannot protect and ensure your safety because they do not have legitimate licenses and insurances.

3. If you are of legal drinking age, ask the party bus company if they allow alcoholic drinks aboard their party buses. There are some areas in which they have ordinances or laws that prohibit alcoholic drinks aboard party buses. It is highly recommended that you ask this particular question before even thinking of renting a party bus, because most clients are thinking that it is legal and safe to have alcoholic drinks aboard the party bus. To avoid any unforeseen circumstances when aboard the party bus for the entire duration of the trip, it is always a good idea to ask questions to the party bus company about these certain things, so you can be aware of the things that may happen just in case.

Source: http://www.couturecolorado.com/wedding/2016/06/old-new-borrowed-and-blue/

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iSpiice Details New Ways to Volunteer and Help in India

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Dharamsala, India — Integrated Social Programs in Indian Child Education, or iSpiice, detailed a number of new ways to Volunteer in India. The iSpiice Volunteer Programs in India range in duration from two to twelve weeks and are open to individuals, groups, couples, students, and all others. iSpiice program participants can help with everything from teaching English or Information Technology skills to assisting with childcare, community renovation projects, and women’s empowerment initiatives. Whether for a rewarding break from everyday life for professionals or for a student’s Gap Year India has an almost endless variety of volunteer opportunities to offer, and iSpiice is one of the most accessible and productive ways of getting involved.

“India is an amazing country and there are a great many ways to provide much-needed help here,” iSpiice founder Varun Verma said, “We’re happy to report that we have recently developed a number of incredibly accessible and rewarding programs to allow people from all over the world contribute. For nearly a decade, we have been working closely with communities throughout India to make a real difference in the lives of their members. It’s never been easier to get involved, so we encourage all who are interested to visit our website at www.volunteerindiaispiice.com to learn more and get started.”

With nearly 1.3 billion residents today, India is the world’s second most populous country. Although remarkable economic strides have been made in recent decades, nearly a quarter of the nation’s population still gets by on less than $1.25 per day. That leaves many Indians vulnerable to all the dangers associated with extreme poverty, even while fellow citizens elsewhere in the country more regularly enjoy access to the security and comfort that development brings.

iSpiice was founded by Varun Verma, a native of India himself, in 2008. After spending ten years away from his rural home village, Verma returned to find that little had changed, even while the lives of many Indians in other places were being transformed by new opportunities. Knowing that many generous people around the world would be interested in providing assistance and experiencing India themselves, Verma laid the foundations of iSpiice, an organization that has since helped place and guide thousands of volunteers while steadily expanding its mission.

With a number of meaningful new volunteering opportunities now becoming available, participation in iSpiice is more accessible than ever before. Ranging from brief, two-week sessions spent teaching English or working with street children to programs of up to twelve weeks focusing on health education, computer skills, and summer camps for children, iSpiice has a volunteer opportunity for everyone. Those interested in learning more or applying can do so at www.volunteerindiaispiice.com.

About iSpiice (Integrated Social Programs in Indian Child Education):
Since 2008, iSpiice has helped people from all over the world provide meaningful, rewarding assistance and education to many of India’s underserved communities.

Source: http://markets.financialcontent.com/concordmonitor/news/read/32374067

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