You know what they say – no rest for the wicked, right? Well, it’s true. It’s true even during holidays.
With Thanksgiving behind us and Christmas just around the corner, virtually everyone’s counting the days to sharing their Christmas cookies with Santa (khm, okay), opening up presents, spending time with the family and taking a breather from everything 2018 has brought.
Here at AJ Prestige Limousine Company, we work with plenty of clients who are looking to get to the airport and head out of Wisconsin for a major thaw. After a bitter winter like the one we’ve just experienced, business trips to southern cities such as Miami and Dallas become very appealing.
Making sure that you have the proper attire and belongings with you on your trip is always important, but especially more so when heading into a different climate. Most know what it’s like to feel ill-prepared, after realizing that you didn’t pack properly when you get to your destination. Not having the right things will kill whatever fun you were primed to have after scheduled business meetings.
Even well planned business trips run the risk of causing you to forget something at the last minute. Few things are more frustrating than getting to your hotel room and seeing that you forgot a needed item. Moreover, unlike a personal trip, you likely won’t have the flexible schedule needed to obtain an item you left behind.
Therefore, it’s prudent to have a checklist of things you’ll need to bring with you on a business trip. We offer ten suggestions of things you’ll probably want to throw in your suitcase for your next business trip.
You have a business trip in a month and you are dreading that ride to O’Hare Airport. You don’t want to arrive at the airport stressed out and wishing you lived someplace else. But what can you do? You have to get to the airport and no one you know wants to drive you. Let’s take a look at the five worst aspects of driving to the O’Hare Airport.
Did you know that hiring a limo service can help make holiday traveling both stress-free and stylish? Are you looking for ways to put the Ho-Ho-Ho back into your holiday travel this year?
Are you thinking about hiring a limousine service in the Madison or Milwaukee area, but have those nagging doubts about separating fact from fiction regarding common perceptions of the limousine industry? At AJ Prestige, we want to help you get past the myths and discover what hiring a limo service is all about. Here are five of the top 5 commonly held myths regarding hiring a limo service.
Madison limo services and leadership go hand in hand when AJ Prestige can provide you, the busy executive, with ways to stand out and be the best in your field. According to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary (2013), a leader is a guiding or directing head or a person who has commanding authority or influence. This implies being out ahead of the group, and going where others have not gone.
At AJ Prestige, we do understand that a luxury limousine service will display the value of a first impression. There’s a reason why the word prestige is part of our company name. Webster’s Dictionary (2013) defines prestige as the standing or estimation others have of someone, or having a commanding position in people’s minds. Prestige telegraphs influence. The old adage “you never get a second chance to make a first impression” is more than just a cliché.
Did you know that the Madison area limo services provided by AJ Prestige can provide an excellent way for the corporate traveler to be better prepared to meet the next great business opportunity? Oprah Winfrey once said “luck is a matter of preparation meeting opportunity.” Luck is not a haphazard circumstance, or a stand-alone act that just happens to someone. It can be said that luck is the place where planning and training meet up with opportunities that present themselves.
It’s that time of year again, planning your Thanksgiving trip to visit relatives. Do you take your own car and park it in the long term parking lot at O’Hare, or do you use a car service? Letterman’s way of reasoning comes to mind when making this decision.