Baddest Lions Mobiles in Detroit
As the sports capitol of the midwest, Detroit certainly has a lot to offer when it comes to athletic events. Aside from cars, Detroit also manufactures some of the most dedicated fans around. Lions fans looking to amp up their tailgating experience should look into these baddest tailgating mobiles in Detroit.
The BusBank is definitely a top contender when it comes to providing the ultimate tailgate experience. No matter the number of people, The BusBank has an option to accommodate any group. From school buses to trolleys and even party buses, BusBank has you covered. For an event as festive as a Lions game, a party bus may be your best bet, depending upon how many people you are traveling with. These buses seat between 12-30 people and come with iPod docking stations, ice and champagne coolers and even restrooms upon special request.
The fiber-optic lighting and well-decorated interiors top off the experience that comes when charting a party bus from The BusBank. The average price to rent a party bus is between $700-$1,050 for a four- to six-hour minimum. However, if you are seeking more of a family friendly experience, consider booking a mini-coach. These coaches seat between 22-28 passengers, which is great for multiple families wanting to spend the day together. There are reclining seats and iPod docks in this vehicle as well. A mini-coach will cost around $450-$675 for a four- to six-hour minimum. The BusBank drivers are dedicated to making sure that your journey with them is customized, fully loaded with fun and safe.
Detroit Sports Party Bus
Detroit Sports Party Bus is a company that specializes in combining the sports fan and party bus experience. Its smallest party bus comfortably holds 18 people. To rent this particular bus on any given Sunday for a six-hour minimum, it would be around $500, with all fees included. The bus will pick you up from whatever location and at any time you specify. During the time that you have the bus reserved, you are able to make as many or as few stops as you’d like, at no extra charge. Detroit Sports Party Bus also supplies you with all of the ice and cups you will need for the day. Depending on the bus you choose, there are multiple bar tops in the buses, color changing LED lights, flat-screen TVs, wood floors and surround sound.
Rally Bus is offering luxury shuttle buses to and from all of the 2012 NFL season games. Any trip booked with Rally Bus will be done via luxury shuttle bus complete with TVs, DVDs, restrooms and PA systems. There are no bar tops or coolers provided on these buses, however you are welcome to bring whatever food and drink you may like. If you want to bring any larger items such as foam fingers or perhaps a chair or two, there is room to store items in the undercarriage of the bus. Prices go up as the day of your event draws closer so it is important to book early. Click here to select a game, view schedules and see ticket costs.
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