horse racing & ladies days
The party starts as you take your seat “Luxurious” and “Exclusive” describe your experience.
- “The party starts as you take your seat,” explain Vista Directors. “We want our clients to enjoy safety (safeguarding for our very young and vulnerable passengers is a Vista priority ), security, privacy, stylish luxury – and have a wonderful time too!”
For those special occasions door-to-door professionally chauffeured transport is just fabulous.
• No missing the show or arriving late
• No rushing to the trains or tubes
• No trying to find a taxi
• No struggling to park your car
• No worries about glitzy heels/glamorous clothes in the bad weather
• Travelling all together with your friends, family and colleagues
For all events, Vista prepare bespoke quotations to ensure their clients have exactly what they are looking for to make their event “extra special.”
Vista Limousines & EVENTS offer a unique opportunity for Clients to join their “Open Access Events and do something extra special (or off the bucket list) with friends and family and to make new friends along the way.
So, if you or your friends and family enjoy doing something different, travel in luxury to one of the many up and coming events.
For more details of what is involved, costs and how to join their exclusive Vista Mailing List, please contact us at email@example.com
CHAUFFEURING OPPORTUNITIES WITH VISTA LIMOUSINES
Vista are always happy to discuss chauffeuring opportunities available within the company. All of our Chauffeurs are required to be fully licensed and undertake assignments in Northamptonshire and London primarily, but must be prepared to cover most of UK. Clean Driving License essential and experience of PERFORMANCE MOTORS (Maserati) and, ideally, STRETCHED LIMOUSINES (Lincoln Town Car) preferred. Must have first class knowledge of London and all major road networks; ROSPA Advanced Driving Training would be appreciated but not essential. Contact David C Smith, Managing Director, Vista Limousines & Events for an informal chat in the first instance.