Matebele Limo Will Deliver A Bucket List Reader to the Destination of His Dreams

Bucket List Publications has found its next Bucket List Recipient. Len’s list of bucket list activities included being chauffeured in a Rolls-Royce and with the cooperation of Matebele Limo, we’re going to make it happen on April 6th, 2012. Riding in a Rolls is something very few of us have actually had the opportunity to experience. The Rolls-Royce Phantom combines state-of-the-art technology and engineering with timeless contemporary design. The latest expression of Phantom redefines the luxury vehicle market. Being chauffeured in a Rolls truly is experiencing the lap of luxury.

The Phantom has a rare sense of scale and occasion that makes it a modern interpretation of a Rolls-Royce.  Just as Phantom’s presence is quietly authoritative, the delivery of power from the direct-injection V12 engine is equally impressive. At 70mph, over 90% of the power is available in reserve, making for effortless acceleration. Even more impressive from the outside and more spacious inside, the Phantom Extended Wheelbase offers a further 250mm of legroom for rear passengers. With a choice of the best in contemporary communications technology, it’s an indulgent space. The rear seats are set back in the car, ensuring passengers’ privacy without restricting their view of the world as it passes. The Phantom’s state-of-the art suspension technologies create the air-cushioned ‘magic carpet ride’ that is unique to Rolls-Royce.

Matebele Limousine Services is unique in that they run $400k plus in cars for super low rates. They don’t have a cancellation charge and they never charge the guest until the next day when they confirm satisfaction. Most limo companies charge by the hour which makes for an uncomfortable end to an evening and an open tab. Matebele offers an account option with flat rates where the chauffeurs can concentrate on being gracious hosts instead of debt collectors at the end of the evening. They have a fantastic reputation with extensive repeat business. With a 5 Star rating across the board on Yelp and top-notch customer service, Matebele Limousine Services will deliver Len safely to the destination of his dreams – the back of a chauffeured Rolls-Royce Phantom Limo.

Bucket List Publications is making dreams come true and helping others live life to the fullest.

“The purpose of life, after all, is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experiences.”
– Eleanor Roosevelt

Stay tuned to hear about Len’s bucket list adventure with Matebele Limousine Services.

Submit your bucket list to http://www.bucketlistpublications.com/submissions/. Maybe you could be the next bucket list adventure recipient! 

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27 thoughts on “Matebele Limo Will Deliver A Bucket List Reader to the Destination of His Dreams

    • I try to make as many bucket list dreams come true as humanly possible. Sometimes it works out and other times it doesn’t. So far, one reader went heli skiing and stayed at Revelstoke Mountain Resort, two other readers are going skydiving next month, while yet another reader is going to pilot an airplane. I also have a few hotels lined up, as well as a winery biking tour, whitewater rafting, and a spa day. It’s such an amazing experience to be able to line up events and activities that people have been longing to do their entire lives. I feel truly blessed.

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  1. 28 years ago in June, a Rolls picked me up at my home to take me to my wedding. It was raining cats and dogs but the ride was still nice. I had completely forgotten about that. Still married but haven’t been in a Rolls since. Still a nice memory. Thanks

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