Valet on the Way Inc. is an elite designated drivers service in Canada, serving each community locally with fun, prompt, courteous and (above all) a safe manner of getting their clients where they need to go by utilising their very own vehicle.
Think about it: The safe transportation of wedding guests is frequently left to chance or overlooked, and I often wish I’d had the option of a designated driving service like Valet On the Way when I was getting married.
“When we started this company I did not know how much of an impact it would have. Not only do we provide safe transport for those who should not drive but we also provide freedom for the guests who cannot participate the way they might like because they have volunteered (or been volunteered) to drive home,” says owner Louise. “It is a responsible choice, of course, but wouldn’t you like all of your guests to enjoy the festivities without worry??
Guests must make choices about how they will get to and from your ceremony and reception, many opting to go the route of a taxi as their transportation. Often though, this means having very few options during the wait between the reception and the ceremony. With the designated driver services provided by Valet On the Way, you have access to your vehicle during this often lengthy gap. Not to mention the confidence that at the end of the evening’s celebrations, you can call one of Valet On the Way’s insured driver teams to safely transport you and your car home! No early morning car rescue or “drive of shame!”
“Recently, one of our driver teams had a pick-up at a wedding at 2:30 Am. To their surprise, they were picking up the bride and groom! You see, the Groom had borrowed the father-in-law’s vintage car and was supposed to drive away in it at the end of the night with his new bride. However, by the end of the night, the wedding party and the bride and groom were not in any condition to drive safely. Valet On the Way to the rescue! We were there to drive them to their hotel and the groom was spared having to leave the borrowed car at the hall overnight – and spared having to explain the car’s fate to his new father-in-law.”
Louise is proud to be the president of a company that is making a difference – keeping impaired drivers off the road, insuring the safety of the public in general and providing workable options for those who wish to have fun without worry.
“I hope that prospective brides will see the value our service brings to their special day and look forward to providing a high level of service to them and their guests.”
You have planned carefully for this special day, and of course you want everyone to have a good time. Valet on the Way can help.
Who’s taking you home tonight? They are!