Rare Form Limousine is proud to have provided transportation for some special guests to the Kirkland Interfaith Transitions in Housing (KITH) event “Fighting Homelessness – We Mean Business.”
The Bellevue High School Drama class sent a handful of students to the event to play homeless citizens, and Rare Form Limousine whisked them off from class to the Fairfield Inn Seattle Bellevue so they could participate.
Raising over $14,000, the event was a huge success, and we are glad we could be a part of the fundraiser. Keep an eye out for future KITH events if you would like to become actively involved in helping local families cope with extreme economic hardship.
I have a more personal connection to Canlis: Chris Canlis was my youth soccer coach, and his son, Matt Canlis, was both my soccer teammate and school mate at Medina Elementary, Chinook Middle School, and Bellevue High School.
So grab a Seattle limo, pick a Seattle night, and make a reservation to have a Seattle premier dining experience at Canlis.
Say “Hi!” to Mark Canlis for me; I saw him at an Association of Bridal Consultants’ Regional Convention recently, and he went to school with my sister. Or say “Hi!” to Brian Canlis; he went to school with my brother. It’s a small world here in Seattle.
Seattle isn’t the only place where prom limo mischief is prevalent, as this article explains. At Rare Form Limousine, our Parental Consent Form helps keep parents, chauffeurs, and prom-goers on the same page.
We’re moving quickly into wedding season, and several of our brides are having their receptions at the MV Skansonia. This historic vessel is permanently moored on the north shore of Lake Union, with an unobstructed view of downtown Seattle and the Space Needle.
Although the exterior remains period-perfect, this historic ferryboat’s interior has been fully updated inside, providing the picture perfect location for your next event.