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Chicago Area Transportation Made Easy
|Posted on 26 August, 2016 at 13:48|
Although the end of summer and return to school are disappointing, the fall season in Chicagoland brings pleasant weather, beautiful color and a new season of football and festivals. The Chicago Bears home opener against the Philadelphia Eagles will be a Monday night game on September 19, 2016! Three more home games take place in October including another Monday night game on Halloween. See the full schedule.
From the NCAA Big Ten Conference, the Northwestern Wildcats host home games on four Saturdays in September, starting with their home opener on September 3, 2016, against Western Michigan. Find the Northwestern schedule here.
Commuting from Orland Park, Palos Heights, Frankfort, Mokena, Tinley Park, or surrounding suburbs to Soldier Field or Ryan Field in Evanston can be stressful and time consuming. Limousine service, car service or party bus rental from Southtown Limousine will provide safe, reliable and stress-free transportation so that you can relax and enjoy the game.
Fall also brings a variety of festivals and outdoor activities to Chicago. There is no shortage of fun to be had from the Chicago Jazz Festival, Windy City Wine Festival, Venetian Night, Oktoberfest Chicago, and many Halloween activities throughout Chicago and surrounding suburbs. Learn more about community events to attend.
Traveling with Southtown Limousine will not only save time and money, but can be a special treat for family or date night and the safest option for those partaking in beer and wine festivals. Residents of Lemont, New Lenox, Plainfield, Lockport, Palos Park, Orland Park and Tinley Park can get to the game or festival easily with car service, limo rental and party bus rental from Southtown Limousine. Contact us today for a quote for visit our website for special offers.
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