NCAA Final Four 2014 at ATT Stadium in Arlington
Rent one of our limos for the weekend! NCAA Final Four will bring TENS OF THOUSANDS of people to the DFW Metroplex and the ATT Stadium in April of 2014. This is going to be huge! Tons of traffic and people everywhere! Don't get stuck in the big crowds and fighting to navigate the confusing DFW traffic. Let us Chauffeur you and your friends or family for the entire weekend. We have Executive Style SUV's, stretch limos, exotic stretch limos like our Dodge Challenger Limo, Hummer Limos and of course our Party Buses seating anywhere from 1-35 passengers! Do not wait till the last minute to book your transportation. Rates will skyrocket, book early, get that part out of the way and relax in our limos and hit up all the many different NCAA festivities in Dallas and Fort Worth!
Prices for our limos for NCAA Final Four weekend are very competitive and well worth the hassle-free weekend while in town! Book early, book now for our guaranteed limousines!
THE FOLLOWING LIMOS ARE STILL AVAILABLE FOR NCAA FINAL FOUR WEEKEND!
H2 Hummer Goliath: Seats 22-24 Passengers, Flat Screen TV's, fog machine, 24" rims,
CUSTUM Black/Blue paint job, bumping sound system, behind the seat bar and more!
Our KING Party Bus is available! 30-35 Passengers! HUGE Flat Screen in the rear and in the front that can play local channel games and shows.
THE ONLY PINK Hummer in NEW ORLEANS!!! 10-12 Passengers!
CLASSIC LINCOLN TOWNCAR STRETCH
Corporate SUV, we have many of these!
Party BUS/Limo Bus people will be jealous over! FIVE flat screen TV's, surround seating/sound system, LED lighting throughout, lighted ceiling and seating 20-22!
16-18 Party Bus like no other!
I guarantee you haven't seen something like this! BUMBLEBEE Transformers
Camaro, seats 6-8. Lambo doors in rear, killer sound!
Seats 16 passengers, this H2 is elegance in full! Flat Screens galore!
Lincoln Town Car limo, seats 8-10 with a 5th door. Want class, professional and exotic? Book this one!
The 2014 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament will involve 68 teams playing in a single-elimination tournament to determine the national champion of men's NCAA Division I college basketball. It is scheduled to begin on March 18, 2014 and will conclude with the championship game on April 7 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
The East Regional will be held in Madison Square Garden, the first time the current MSG has been used as an NCAA Tournament venue and the first time in 40 years games have been held in the city of New York.
Pending any changes to the current format, a total of 68 teams will enter the 2014 tournament. Thirty-one of the 32 automatic bids teams will be given to the program that wins their conference tournament. The remaining automatic bid will go to the Ivy League regular season champion since they do not hold a conference tournament. The remaining 36 teams will be granted "at-large" bids, which are extended by the NCAA Selection Committee. This is being made possible with the addition of the new American Athletic Conference, which will be made up of the FBS football-playing schools of the original Big East Conference. The new Big East will be made up of 10 colleges that do not sponsor football at the FBS level: the so-called Catholic 7 from the original Big East, plus Butler and Xavier from the Atlantic 10 Conference, and Creighton from the Missouri Valley Conference.
Eight teams—the four lowest-seeded automatic qualifiers and the four lowest-seeded at-large teams—will play in the First Four (the successor to what had been popularly known as "play-in games" through the 2010 tournament). The winners of these games advance to the main draw of the tournament.
The Selection Committee will also seed the entire field from 1 to 68.