Seattle, WA, November 13, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Busbaby.com announced today that they have much sought after, charter bus availability and hotel rooms for those travelling to the U. S. Presidential Inauguration, in Washington D.C., on January 20, 2009.
With estimates of over one million visitors converging on the nation’s capitol to witness the historic swearing in ceremony of President-elect Barack Obama, groups of attendees are finding charter bus availability scarce at best. Hotel accommodations in the surrounding areas are even harder to find, with budget hotels charging in excess of $450 per room and requiring a 4 night minimum. Enter Busbaby.com, with bus and hotel availability at reasonable prices.
Asked how Busbaby.com is able to provide charter bus transportation and hotel rooms at much lower rates, Orlandus Thomas, Busbaby.com CEO, explains it this way; “This is not your typical inauguration event, this is an event of monumental historic impact. Our commitment is to make participation in this history-making event available to every American who desires to be there. We do not see this as an opportunity to over-inflate our prices in an effort to capitalize on this event but, rather an opportunity to give back to our communities by providing access to all.”
Mr. Thomas includes one caveat. He urges travelers to make reservations now as the demand for charter buses will soon deplete his availability as well.
Busbaby.com is a premiere charter bus travel agency. By utilizing our network of local bus companies nationwide, with knowledge of bus availability, the best routes, premium buses, the industry at large, and each market in cities across the country, BusBaby.com is your one-stop resource for all your transportation needs.
Busbaby.com works with only the most reputable and professional Motor coach companies in the United States. We place a premium on safety, which is why BusBaby.com’s network of premiere partner bus companies adheres to the highest standards set by the US Department of Transportation, are fully insured and bonded, meet or exceed industry certification benchmarks, and thoroughly screen their bus drivers.