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How To Pick The Right Prom Venue

There are very few rules to follow when it comes to picking the right prom venue in San Antonio but there are basically two absolutely important things to look out for…the price and size of the hall. Before booking the prom venue, the committee would have to first determine the number of people who are attending the prom. Once the headcount is done, then you can go ahead and pick the prom venue. The committee members are not responsible to book a shuttle bus or use a San Antonio party bus limousine rental services for those attending. Attendees and guests generally need to book their own or arrange for their own transportation. 

Proms are usually held at places like hotel ballrooms, banquet halls, restaurants, parks or gardens, night clubs or even convention center. Any large space that can hold the right number of people and provide the space for some good ole dancing is game. Places like Hard Rock Café, Historic Sunset Station, Acenar, Alamodome or even the Don Strange Ranch Adventure Challenge Course make for great prom venues. 
If the prom venue is far away from the school or homes of the students, shuttle buses can be arranged to bring those attending there. And in such instances, you WOULD need the services of reputable San Antonio bus charter rental companies like US Coachways. Please feel free to give us a call to find out how we can be at your service.


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