GO GROUND Introduces Transportation Programs for the 2016 Carolina Country Music Fest
Plan includes 3 options; Park & Ride, Hotel Guest, plus Book-A-Seat™ convenience to festival from outlying areas. All with easy internet access.
Myrtle Beach, SC (May 16, 2016) – GO GROUND, a leading event ground transportation company has launched three different transportation initiatives in a partnership with the Carolina Country Music Fest (CCMF). In addition to reducing traffic congestion in and around the popular festival, these innovations provide a safe, convenient way to get to CCMF from local hotels and outlying areas.
GO GROUND will manage parking and continuous shuttle service from City Lot (former Mall Lot) with pre-sale of weekend passes available online at http://events.GOGROUND.com/CCMF
Hotel Shuttle Service operates every day of the festival; Thursday night (5:00pm-12:30am) and Friday through Sunday (12:00 noon until 12:30 am). It will stop near, or at, 25 different hotels in Myrtle Beach. This operation will be provided by luxury motor coaches and will provide hotel guests with a seamless solution to get from the hotel to the venue. Hotel Shuttle Passes are available at http://shuttles.GOGROUND.com/CCMF
Festival attendees coming from Savannah, Charleston, Charlotte, Raleigh, Greenville, Columbia or Fayetteville will be able to reserve a seat on luxury motor coaches using GO GROUND’s Book-A-Seat™ service. The service allows individuals to purchase a seat on a luxury motor coach for $79, round trip. These dedicated charter buses arrive by noon on Friday, June 10, and return Monday, June 13 at 10:00 am. To book your seat and get a ticket for your ride to CCMF from the select markets, please click https://GOGROUND.com/find-a-trip?e=ccmf
“We are pleased to be the Ground Transportation Partner of the 2016 CCMF” noted Bill Maulsby, CEO of GO GROUND. “Our comprehensive transportation solutions will help streamline traffic and improve the guest experience. Throughout Myrtle Beach we have parking and guest shuttle solutions to serve the festival, including dedicated shuttles for the guests of over twenty-five hotels.”