Planning a fun and safe St. Patrick’s Day

Posted on March 17, 2016

Celebration in the back of a limo in Boston, MA
St. Patrick’s Day has become one of the biggest and most celebrated holidays in New England- especially when it comes to bar hopping. The holiday is exciting because it’s not only a great way to get all of your friends together to go out but it’s also one of the first holidays where you can go out and not have to endure the harsh winter time weather.

 

This holiday always raises a big question: how can you and your friends avoid drinking and driving? Let’s be honest, when you and your friends want to go out for St. Patrick’s Day no one wants to volunteer to be the designated driver. It is also never a good idea to plan on someone only having “a couple of drinks” during the celebration. In the heat of the moment it is easy for people to lose track of how much they’ve had to drink and be above the safe and legal limit. Police double-down on holidays like St. Patty’s Day and are extra vigilant to bust drunk drivers. They are more than likely to set up sobriety checkpoints and the repercussions of drunk driving should never be risked.

 

Setting up a bar-hop can also be a logistical nightmare. You want to be able to invite all of your friends out and don’t want the limit the number of invites because of how many seats someone has in their car.

 

That is why it is highly recommended that a group of friends all pitch in to rent a party bus or limousine for such an occasion. This way you and your group of party-goers can be transported to and from the bars safely without having to worry about DD’s or getting a cab or Uber. We have large fleet of limousines and party buses to choose from that can hold anywhere from a few people to twenty-four people.  
A-Executive Limousine wants you to have a fun and safe St. Patrick’s celebration with all of your friends. Whether you’re going to the heart of Boston with twenty friends or Elm Street in Manchester with less than ten friends, we can pick you up, drop you off, and take you home. That way you only have to worry about having a great time and wearing green.