Bus Rental for Corporate Groups
Is your company attending a tradeshow, conference, or holiday party? Trust Rentabus for your corporate bus rental. No matter which event your company is going to, transporting a large group is no easy task. Use Rentabus to take the stress out of planning transportation for a big group.
What Type of Bus do I need?
It all depends on how many people you need to transport. Mini Buses usually hold less than 30 people, while coach buses can accommodate upwards of 60 passengers. How long is your journey? If you’re prepping for a longer ride, you want to ensure your guests are comfortable. At Rentabus, we have three different classes of busses to suit different needs, Budget, Standard and Luxury. Usually, corporate groups find our Stnadard or Luxury buses are the perfect fit.
When should I book my Corporate Bus Rental?
As a general rule of thumb, always try to book bus rentals for corporate groups as far in advance as possible. In most cases, the rates will rise as you get closer to the departure date.
At Rentabus, we want to make the process as seamless as possible to ensure your group will swiftly get from point A to B. Do you need a corporate bus rental quote? Type in your information at the top of the page, and we will get back to you shortly with a custom offer.
Tips and tricks to ensure your event runs smoothly:
Sometimes we all need a helping hand. Follow these tips below to make sure your event goes off without a hitch.
- Review the itinerary. When booking a bus rental for corporate groups, make sure you allow enough time to load everyone on the bus. In most cases, it takes longer than you would anticipate. Give your team a few extra minutes for those who are running late or stuck in traffic.
- Share your itinerary. Make enough copies of the itinerary and pass it along to the team. You want to make sure everyone is crystal clear about where to meet and when. RentaBus provides a PDF itinerary you can easily forward to the entire team. Printing out a hard copy as well is always a good idea, better safe than sorry!
- Keep everyone updated throughout the day. Take advantage of your team’s communication tools. Whether your company uses, Slack, Hangouts, or Yammer, create a channel for the day of the trip to keep everyone in the loop. You also may want to assign a bus captain for each bus. They will be the ones responsible for doing the headcounts and making sure everyone got on the bus safely.