Carolina Cup 2017 | Bus Rentals | GOGO Charters
The Carolina Cup is just around the corner and we want to make sure you get there in style. We know that you look forward to this exciting event every year and it’s easy to see why. This year on, Saturday April 1, the Springdale Race Course will be full to the brim with fans ready to see some of the South’s most sought after horse races. The course is quite special as it is the only course in the world that never repeats. Making the viewing experience even more adrenaline inducing.
The race is not only a good time, but also a historic pillar for South Carolina. The Carolina Cup has stood tall through The Great Depression, world wars, and state laws forbidding gambling and drinking. Today, masses head to Camden, South Carolina to kick back and watch the race with friends and family. In fact, The Carolina Cup continues to be one of the most popular sporting events in South Carolina, right up with the Carolina-Clemson football game and Southern 500.
Famed for the longest running steeplechase, some say that spring in the South officially begins with the Carolina Cup. Though the event attracts more than 70,000 spectators, it’s not just about the sport. Most would argue, the fashion is of equal importance. The dress code drips with southern charm, creating a pastel sea of Lily Pulitzer sundresses and Jack Rogers sandals. Topped with wide brim hats, bowties, and, of course, pearls. It is in an event that manifests the classic Southern belle and gent in all of us.
With all this in mind, we know you can’t wait to get to The Carolina Cup, also known as South Carolina’s largest outdoor cocktail party, but driving independently or even carpooling with friends, can get pricey and even dangerous. Chartering a bus cuts down on the risk of having members of your party get lost or run into car trouble, allowing for a stress free experience at the tracks. Which as you know, is what The Carolina Cup is all about.
We also understand that you need to get there on time. Whether you want to be there right when the gates open at 9:00am or just in time for the races to start at 1:30pm, we are working on your clock. When making your reservation, just let us know when and where you want to be picked up and you can rest assure they will be there.
Whether you’re making the trip to Camden for the race itself or just the opportunity to enjoy cocktails with good friends, let GoGo Charters take the transportation planning off your mind. The buses on our platform can facilitate groups of any size. The charter buses, the biggest option in our network, comfortably seats up to 56 passengers and offer plenty of legroom and storage for your bowties and sunhats. To keep the party going both to and from the race, we offer a range of platinum upgrades we can add to your bus to make the experience perfect.
Call us to speak to one of our friendly and experienced representatives about adding any of these amenities including power outlets, surround sound, plush reclining seats, flat screen televisions, Wi-Fi, clean bathrooms and more.
If you’ve got a smaller party, our mini buses or sprinter vans are for you. These smaller but equally comfortable buses, seat anywhere from 12-44 passengers with plenty of legroom and storage. Some of luxurious upgrades are available for these as well, we would be more than happy to explain all of our options to your when you call for a free quote.
We know we have a bus that checks every box for you! Call GoGo Charters today and let our trusted driver get your group to The Caroline Cup in time for a mint julep before race time.
Call us today at 1-855-826-6770.
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