Election time is often confusing for many of us, and there are a lot of rules and regulations to follow. In the spirit of trying to make your life a little easier, as we often do on the Ollie’s Taxi and Airport Service blog, we’ve compiled a Nassau County Voting FAQ list to answer some of the questions you may have!
For holiday fun all year long, Joonbug is one of New York’s favorite party planning companies. This Halloween conveniently lands on a Friday night, so the tricks and treats get turned up a notch or twelve. If you’re looking for one of the absolute best New York Halloween Parties in 2014, look no further than this list!
The team at Ollie’s Taxi and Airport Service wants to make sure that you not only have access to the best New York Halloween Parties this year, but also that you get to-and-from where you’re going safely.
As always, Ollie’s Taxi and Airport Service is Long Island’s #1 choice for transportation services throughout the Island. Whenever you’re celebrating a night out, we hope you always remember to NEVER DRINK AND DRIVE! A trustworthy, reliable driver from Ollie’s is always available to get you where you want to go quickly and safely, whether that’s your nearest LIRR station or all the way into Manhattan for whatever Halloween fun you choose!
Oktoberfest Long Island is back for 2014! Put on your lederhosen and grab your stein for a slew of German celebrations of epic proportions. There are tons of parties every weekend this month (and even some during the week if you’re feeling especially festive). We’ve searched high and low to bring you an extensive list of Oktoberfest Long Island celebrations so you can plan your schedule with ease and get to what’s important: the beer!
As always, YOU SHOULD NEVER DRINK AND DRIVE! Especially when you have a reliable, designated driver just a phone call away at Ollie’s Taxi and Airport Service! Whenever you need a ride, day or night, give Ollie’s a call at (516) 437-0505, (718) 229-5454!
Fall is here, and that means there are tons of great festivals and fairs on Long Island to celebrate the season! From live music and farmers’ contests to hay rides and farm animals, there’s plenty to do and see all over Long Island this time of year. But isn’t it a pain to try to keep track of all these events? And hunting down the information online is an absolute nightmare! That’s why we’ve done all the groundwork for you—there’s a pumpkin out there waiting for you to come paint it at the a Long Island Fall festival, and if you’re too busy trying to find the address, you’re going to miss out on the fun!
This weekend marks the kickoff of the Long Island Fall Festival season! There are a whole ton of Fall festivals and fairs coming up in the next few weeks, but this weekend is chock-full of family fun! We were planning on putting together an exhaustive list of Long Island Fairs and Festivals for the Fall, but we realized that there’s so much going on this weekend that we might risk the details for all the other events getting lost in the excitement. So here’s a list of all the Long Island Festivals this weekend, and check back with us next week for details on all the other Fall festivals and fairs on Long Island!
A new school year means many things to high school students: new friends, parties, learning to drive, etc. For parents, it’s important to recognize that while these are exciting times in our children’s lives, they also introduce new risks. Having an open dialogue with your teen about alcohol safety is critical to ensuring his safety. Here are some facts to share with your teen about underage drinking:
Modern advertising is all about digital—banner ads, social media, Google AdWords, etc.—but in focusing exclusively on digital, many companies are missing out on an incredible marketing outlet: Taxi Top Advertising! In terms of cost per thousand views (CPM), ads on taxi tops are by far the least expensive, and their reach is astounding.
Did you know that the Sunday after Labor Day is National Grandparents’ Day? This holiday is actually celebrated on different days throughout the year in many different countries around the world—in Australia, it’s the last Sunday of October, in France it’s the first Sunday in March, and in Taiwan it’s the last Sunday in August, just to name a few. Although we love our grandparents every day anyway, it’s nice to be able to give them a day each year to really be celebrated for all they’ve done for us.
Drunk driving is one of the most easily avoidable tragedies. No matter how many times we hear the statistics, it seems as though plenty of people still believe they’re okay to drive because they’ve “only had a few.”
Holiday weekends have especially high rates of drunk driving fatalities—significantly higher than average. The reason for this could very well be the increase in the number of people who are drinking, the amount that people are drinking, or some other factor, but regardless of what it is, one thing remains the same: there’s never a reason to drink and drive!
Simply put: we love food. Who doesn’t love food? Few people, that’s for sure. While thinking about great east coast cities to visit on a road trip, we got to thinking that if you don’t target some killer spots to eat along the way, you’re just not making the most of your road trip experience. That’s why we’re taken great care in selecting some must-eats along the east coast to help you plan the road trip of a lifetime!