Main Street Drivers has expanded its wine tour chauffeur service to the greater Seattle and Portland areas, with a specific focus on driving clients to Seattle Urban Wineries, Woodinville Wine Country, Walla Walla and Oregon’s Willamette Valley.
Founded in east Long Island in 2011, Main Street Drivers offers the convenient and affordable “Your Car + Our Driver” service to provide drivers for clients’ own vehicles, eliminating the costly need to rent a limo service. Many of Main Street Drivers’ chauffeurs are also well-versed in the local wine community, able to offer suggested wineries to visit based on clients’ preferences and helping to plan the best, most efficient day of wine tasting.
All drivers are insured, vetted and have gone through a comprehensive background check, and many are well-versed in the local wine culture, able to make recommendations on wineries to visit and help plan the most efficient and enjoyable tasting afternoon based on individual preferences.
Reservations are available for just $35/hour, plus a 20% service fee/gratuity. Compare this to the average cost of renting a limo, van or party bus, which can range from $55 per hour to $250 an hour on average.
This unique service is the perfect fit for a variety of occasions such as:
• Brewery, winery, and spirit distillery tours
• Executive travel
• Nights on the town (party-hopping, concerts, sporting events, etc.)
• General travel about town
• Culinary and beverage events
• Designated drivers for one-way pick-ups
• Weddings and rehearsal dinners
• General vehicle transport (to and from the airport and for pets, family member carpooling, senior transportation, cleaning service professionals, etc.)
Visit Main Street Drivers website to make reservations or call 888-327-4460.
Lesley is the founder and editor of What’s Up NW. Prior to creating WhatsUpNW.com, she was the Seattle city editor for AskMissA.com. For both publications, Lesley has covered fashion shows, openings, and local charity events. She has written numerous articles shining the light on local businesses, encouraging readers to always shop local.