Retro Rider Party Buses - Beachwood

 
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Retro Riders are the perfect party room on wheels. Unlike a limo, we feature a stand-up walk-around coach with:
* Stand-behind Bar
* Kegerators
* Oak floors with dance area
* Dance pole
* 1000 Watt Sound Systems
* DVD/TV systems

We don't just rent buses. We help you plan your party event, make reservations and plan entertainment for you if you like. Perfect for...
* Bachelor and Bachelorette Parties
* Birthdays
* Baht or Bah mitzvah
* Anniversaries
* Corporate outings
* Sporting events
* Concerts and games

... just about any event where you want your party to travel in style and have fun doing it!
 
Retro Rider Party Buses has received approximately 40 profile views in the last three months.
 
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Price Point        $$$ (average)
 
Event Types        Wedding, PR / Marketing Event, Meeting, Conference, Convention
 
Availability        By reservation, please call.
 
Other Details        We promise to make the ride as much fun as the event.. well, almost.
 
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  Retro Rider Party Buses
3550 Richmond Road
Beachwood, OH 44122

 
Contact
John Fischer
(330) 871-4223 tel
(800) 878-9032 fax
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Event Vendor Type
Transportation / Valet
 
Year Founded
2005
 
Event Types
Wedding
PR / Marketing Event
Meeting
Conference
Convention
 
 

 

 
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My wife and I had our wedding booked for June 28, 2014, and had selected The Retro Rider to be our all-day transportation. This included bringing both sides of the bridal party to the church and also picking us up after to take us to different picture locations for our photographers to do their work. At the beginning of June, I had already sent in my 100% complete payment for the booking. The week leading up to our date, we noticed that the weather was due to be in the high 80’s, low 90’s. I had inquired with Chris Kittinger, their manager, as to whether or not our bus had air conditioning. It apparently did not, and when I asked if they had any buses in their fleet with A/C, he told me that one did but it was getting a motor replacement and might not be ready in time. Knowing that my wife-to-be would be in panic mode with regards to her make-up and dress, I asked if there was anything else they would be able to do for us. Chris and his partner Roman informed me that they also work with a “sister company” called AquaLimo and that they could hand off the booking to them as they’d probably have a bus available for us. With only a couple days left before the 28th, I had email and verbal confirmation that this would be the case. On the morning of the wedding, the bus hadn’t shown up and it was 20 minutes late. After making a few phone calls I found out that AquaLimo dropped the ball, claiming to have broken down, and never made it down to pick us up. All of us groomsmen and the bridesmaids had to use alternate transportation to come to the church. Between this point and when the ceremony was to begin, I was in conversation with Chris and Roman about what the deal was and what was to be done. Turns out that AquaLimo wasn’t even going to be in town to pick us up for pictures. My wife managed to book a limo with another local company 15 minutes prior to walking down the aisle. Talk about an inconvenience and the worst possible day to let down a customer. The week following, I had spoken with Chris about getting a refund for not only the inconvenience but also the services not provided. He agreed, both via a phone conversation as well as text, that we would be able to get $1,000 refund and 2 hours of free rental time on a minimum 5 hour rental. After I accepted this offer, I was then told that the owners of the company would only pay half, and that Chris and Roman would be responsible for the other $500. After a month had passed I attempted to dispute the initial charge as I did not receive my full refund promised. They claimed that I was only going to receive a $500 refund and that I had cancelled my bus reservation, which per their contract says I am not due any refund at all. Based on how they handled the initial switch, they were also in breach of their own contract as they had promised me a bus from another company would show up. If I were only offered the bus with no A/C or I would lose my money, I would have stuck with the original bus. So, at this point, the second half of my refund is due from employees of the company. The owners should have authorized the full refund and made their own employees pay back the $500 that became their responsibility, rather than make me wait for the opportune time that they have $500 laying around to pay me back. Thus, it is my hope that atleast three of you reading this pick yourself a more quality company to do business with on your special occasion. I do not plan on cashing in on the 2 free hours of rental with Retro Rider for the shear fact that even the buses of theirs we have ridden in previously were in bad shape. Some of the lights weren’t working, screws that held the dance pole were falling from the ceiling, some of the windows wouldn’t stay closed, and the aftermarket CD player required you to hold the headphone cable in by hand as the port was broken. Their driver wasn’t very considerate either. He slammed on the brakes entering a rest area without any notice, thereby sending everyone’s drinks flying. He also was driving 70mph the entire time on the freeway, often riding the rumble strips, even though their website policy says they don’t drive over 50mph for safety reasons. Look elsewhere when your special day matters most.

 


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