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When you're navigating the congested streets of Indianapolis, finding efficient and reliable transportation is easier said than done. With its maze of tiny roads, limited parking, and awful traffic, getting around the city is more time-consuming and stressful than it is relaxing. That's where a limo service in Camby, IN, can rescue you quickly by providing a hassle-free, superior way to travel in comfort and style. Whether you're a local resident or a visitor, hiring a knowledgeable chauffeur for your transportation needs in Indianapolis isn't just fun - it's smart and savvy. And when you need the very best car service in The Crossroads of America, look no further than LSG International.

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LSG International takes great pride in our team of highly skilled and professional chauffeurs. We are confident in their abilities to provide exceptional customer service, as they are not only experienced motorists but also friendly and attentive hosts. With their extensive knowledge of Indianapolis' roads and traffic patterns, you can rest assured that you will arrive at your destination safely, comfortably, and on time. Our chauffeurs prioritize your satisfaction, and we are confident that you will enjoy a seamless travel experience from start to finish with LSG International.

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At LSG International, we understand that traveling with a group is about more than just getting from point A to point B - it's about fun experiences and making memories that will last a lifetime. Our fleet of impeccably maintained vehicles offers a wide selection of luxury options to suit any occasion or group size. From sleek sedans and spacious SUVs to stylish stretch limousines, we have the perfect vehicle to ensure your group travels in absolute comfort and style.

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At LSG International, we understand that no two group travel experiences are the same. That's why we provide customized chauffeur services that can be tailored to your needs. Whether it's transportation for a corporate event, a corporate event near Indianapolis, a wedding party, or just a ride to the airport, our team will work hard to exceed your needs. We take care of everything from coordinating multiple pickups and drop-offs to accommodating special requests. Our goal is to ensure a hassle-free and memorable experience for your group by going the extra mile to ensure your comfort and convenience.

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Have you ever used a popular rideshare app with high hopes, only to find that your driver was late and didn't care about missing your pickup time? Unfortunately, this happens all too often. You won't ever have to worry about unprofessional experiences when you book with LSG International. Our drivers understand that you have places to be and that you've got to be there on time. With our advanced dispatch and tracking resources, we monitor traffic conditions and adjust our routes on the fly to ensure you reach your destination on time and without stress.

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In the past, most limo driving services required you to book over the phone. In fact, most drivers will tell you that 90% of limousine reservations are still made over the phone. However, many limo services, like LSG International, now take reservations online. The process is pretty simple.

Simply head over to our website and check out our fleet online. Put in your preferred date range so you can see our schedule and fleet availability. Be sure to let us know how many people will be in your party, how long you'll need your limo service, and what type of event we'll be driving you to. Once you settle on a vehicle, date range, pick-up location, and drop-off location, you're ready for a free quote. Provide all the details necessary, and before you know it, one of our experienced drivers will be picking you and your group up on time.

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1. Vehicle Quality

Have you ever booked a car on a rideshare app thinking you'd be riding in style, only to find out you're riding in a tin can with wheels? When using a ridesharing service, there's always some uncertainty regarding the type of car you'll get. It could be a small, dirty vehicle that doesn't fit your needs. Some ridesharing companies offer luxury options, but there's no guarantee that the car provided will actually be luxurious. However, if you're looking for a stylish ride, a limo service may be the way to go. With a limo service, you have the freedom to choose your own vehicle, and you can rest assured that it will be clean and meet your expectations.

2. Fluctuating Price

One of the most frustrating aspects of using ridesharing apps is that their pricing is unreliable. The cost of a ride usually depends on the availability of drivers and the demand for rides at a certain time. If there are fewer drivers available than there are people who need rides, the prices may increase. However, this is not the case with limousine services from LSG International. When you book a limo service online, the price you are quoted is the price you will pay. No sneaky upcharges. No fluctuating rates. That means that you will always know the exact cost of your ride ahead of time and can plan accordingly.

3. Boring Experiences

Let's face it - the random Honda Civic that picks you up on the ridesharing app can't compare to a quality stretch limousine, luxury SUV, or party bus provided by LSG International. Booking a limo or luxury car driving service can add a touch of class that you won't get with a stranger's car, even if you're just hitting the town with your spouse. If you're looking to make the event extra special, then opting for a limo service is the way to go.

Limo Service Pricing

When it comes to choosing a chauffeured service, price is always an important factor to consider. It's a good idea to compare prices and get an idea of what is a reasonable price to pay. However, keep in mind that the cheapest price may not always be the best value. In fact, it's possible that the cheapest service may end up being disappointing. Always remember the saying, "Price is what you should pay; value is what you should get. "So, don't compromise on quality for the sake of a lower price.

Whether you're renting a limo or a party bus for a wedding or a major event, it's important to find a reliable and trustworthy service provider that can offer you the best value for your money. At LSG International, we take the guesswork out of pricing by offering online quotes, which you can get in just a couple of minutes.

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Personal Referrals and Online Reviews

As you probably know, the internet is the go-to source for information - not just on people, but businesses, too. If you've ever used Yelp or Google to see online reviews, you know what we're talking about. Around 90%of people check out online reviews before making a purchase or visiting a business, and you should, too. A reputable limo service company with loyal customers usually has great reviews. However, you may also come across reviews that mention issues. This is an excellent way to gain a variety of perspectives. Don't forget to check out how the company responds to their reviewers.

In addition to online reviews, you can also ask friends and family members for limo rental referrals. If a relative or close friend has used a specific company for many years, chances are they're a good choice.

Car Service Rental Fleet

A reliable car service company should have a diverse and extensive fleet with different amenities and features to offer. It is important to note that their fleet should have options for accommodating different size groups of passengers.

As everyone's needs and preferences vary when it comes to using a limo rental service, it is essential to communicate the number of passengers you will have to the company. This will enable them to provide you with the most suitable options for your situation. They have cars that can accommodate two to three passengers and larger coach buses that can accommodate dozens.

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Insurance Coverage

This might sound like a no-brainer, but any limo service company worth your money should have the appropriate car insurance and licensing. Don't ever book a party bus or a trip to the airport with a company that doesn't have the right insurance. Personal auto policies Personal auto policies won't cut it - you don't want to be held responsible if there's any sort of mishap on the road. At LSG International, all of our drivers are licensed, and our company maintains the proper car insurance to cover every vehicle in our fleet.

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The Strange Tale Of The NBA Coach Who Sued Marcus Camby For Calling Him Out In An Interview

The NBA has always had an uncanny ability to produce some absurd drama, which includes the time former Raptors coach Butch Carter filed a lawsuit against Marcus Camby over some comments he made in an interview.I think most NBA fans are at least familiar with Marcus Camby, who made a name for himself at UMass before he was selected by the Toronto Raptors with the second over...

The NBA has always had an uncanny ability to produce some absurd drama, which includes the time former Raptors coach Butch Carter filed a lawsuit against Marcus Camby over some comments he made in an interview.

I think most NBA fans are at least familiar with Marcus Camby, who made a name for himself at UMass before he was selected by the Toronto Raptors with the second overall pick in the draft in 1996. However, the big man only played two seasons with the franchise before he was traded to the Knicks to continue a career that ultimately lasted for 17 seasons.

On the other hand, you’d need to be a pretty diehard basketball fan to remember Butch Carter. The shooting guard failed to make much of a mark during the six years he spent bouncing around the league in the 1980s, and he ultimately ended up as the head coach of the Raptors after Darrell Walker resigned following a brutal start to the 1997-98 campaign.

Carter finished that season with a 5-28 record at the helm (the team went 16-66), and it was clear some changes needed to be made. Over the summer, Camby was traded to New York in exchange for Charles Oakley and Sean Marks, and in 2000, he got the chance to face off against his former team in the first round of the playoffs—which is when things took a very unexpected turn.

Butch Carter sued Marcus Camby for calling him “a liar” in an interview

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Camby really came into his own after linking up with the Knicks, and it was pretty clear he was hoping to get some revenge against the Raptors based on how his time with the team came to an end.

Prior to their postseason showdown, the center spoke with the press and claimed Carter had told him the Raptors were gearing up to acquire some pieces that would help him take his game to the next level shortly before he was traded, which led to him saying:

“He is a liar…I don’t really like him.

No one likes him and no one wants to play for him. That’s the kind of guy he is.”

Camby was far from the first NBA player to call out a member of an organization for not being entirely straightforward (and he certainly wasn’t the last), and Carter said the accusations were “totally inaccurate” when he got the chance to respond.

That probably should have been the end of the matter, but that didn’t turn out to be the case.

While you might think Camby and Carter would’ve been content with settling their dispute on the court, the latter decided it needed to be settled in a court of law.

Camby was at practice a couple of days before the teams were slated to kick off their playoff series when a process server dropped by his house and informed his girlfriend his former coach had filed a $5 million defamation lawsuit over the aforementioned comments.

The move by Carter—who said he was willing to drop the lawsuit if Camby issued an apology—was understandably met with disbelief by figures around the NBA, and it only took him a few days to reverse course while acknowledging “bringing the courthouse into the locker room was not the best way to address this particular matter.”

Camby ultimately got the last laugh, as the Knicks swept the Raptors in three games. Carter was fired two weeks later, and he would never coach another game in the NBA.

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For Tyson Etienne, it wasn’t just growing up in the area that attracted him to the Knicks. There was also an intimate connection.Etienne’s godfather is former Knick center Marcus Camby and the relationship makes it feel like blood.“I call him ‘uncle,'” Etienne said. “He’s that close. If something happened to my parents, I would live with him.”On Wednesday, Etienne tried to impress the same coach, Tom Thibodeau, who once helped guide Camby to the NBA Finals as an assistant i...

For Tyson Etienne, it wasn’t just growing up in the area that attracted him to the Knicks. There was also an intimate connection.

Etienne’s godfather is former Knick center Marcus Camby and the relationship makes it feel like blood.

“I call him ‘uncle,'” Etienne said. “He’s that close. If something happened to my parents, I would live with him.”

On Wednesday, Etienne tried to impress the same coach, Tom Thibodeau, who once helped guide Camby to the NBA Finals as an assistant in 1999.

The 22-year-old guard out of Wichita State was part of a group of six prospects to work out for the Knicks at the facility in Tarrytown, joining Fresno State’s Orlando Robinson and Oklahoma’s Jordan Goldwire, among others.

None are considered first-round talent and may go undrafted. But Etienne brings intrigue beyond his New York background – which includes playing AAU for the PSA Cardinals out of the Bronx – and his longstanding Knicks fandom – which frequently brought him to the Garden as a spectator.

Etienne, who is 6-2, was considered a rising prospect and probable draft pick a year ago as the AAC Co-Player of the Year. He tested the draft waters but returned to Wichita State, only to have the team struggle (the Shockers went 15-13) and his 3-point percentage dip from 39.2% to 32.6%.

Etienne’s hoping the pre-draft process, which already included workouts with six NBA teams (Knicks, Nets, Kings, Hawks, Jazz and Celtics), will reinvigorate his stock.

“The predictions for what I was supposed to be coming into this season (with Wichita State) were super high. Then obviously, as a team we didn’t have much success,” Etienne said. “Started out pretty low but the past month, month and a half, I’ve been turning up.”

He also has the benefit of an early view of an NBA career, courtesy of his father’s best friend.

“One thing I’m appreciative of my uncle (Camby) is he never kept me away from the game,” Etienne said. “If my uncle had a game, I’d see him warming up and see what he’d do before a game. I’d see the travel. He was able to open my eyes to that at an early age and it’s really benefited me in my own career.”

The Knicks own the 11th and 42nd picks in this month’s draft. Their 58th pick last year (Jericho Sims) cracked the rotation by the end of the season.

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Jeriah Horne, who connected on a crazy buzzer-beater last season for Tulsa, was also part of the Knicks workouts on Wednesday, according to his agent Daniel Hazan.

Horne is one of the older draft prospects at 24 and a sixth-year senior, but the sharpshooter impressed at the Portsmouth Invitational last month where he also interviewed with the Knicks.

Horne already worked out for the Spurs, Lakers, Kings, Timberwolves and Suns. He is scheduled to work out with the Grizzlies on Thursday.

Horne averaged 16.1 points last season while shooting 42% on 3-pointers. His best trey was the final one at home for Tulsa, when he launched a 60-foot buzzer beater to defeat UCF.

NBA Star Marcus Camby Partners with White Lion Brewing

Springfield, Massachusetts-based White Lion Brewing has signed a licensing agreement with retired NBA player and UMass Amherst alumnus Marcus Camby to release the first of several collaborative beers.The first beer, Marcus Camby New England IPA, launched Thursday with a press conference and meet-and-greet with Camby at White Lion’s taproom. White Lion founder and president Ray Berry told Brewbound the release is just the first and collaborations with both Camby and possible other local names.The partnership was sparked la...

Springfield, Massachusetts-based White Lion Brewing has signed a licensing agreement with retired NBA player and UMass Amherst alumnus Marcus Camby to release the first of several collaborative beers.

The first beer, Marcus Camby New England IPA, launched Thursday with a press conference and meet-and-greet with Camby at White Lion’s taproom. White Lion founder and president Ray Berry told Brewbound the release is just the first and collaborations with both Camby and possible other local names.

The partnership was sparked last year during a Basketball Hall of Fame enshrinement event at White Lion, organized in collaboration with Springfield-native and former NBA player Travis Best. During the same weekend, a statue of Camby – who spent three seasons at UMass Amherst before entering the NBA – was unveiled on campus, and he asked to co-host the enshrinement event. There, Berry gave Camby a tour of the brewery facilities and conversations began to evolve.

“Marcus was very impressed with what we do and our involvement in the community,” Berry said. “He was also very much intrigued by the story of White Lion being one of only a handful of Black- or Brown-owned breweries, not only in Massachusetts, but throughout the country.”

The two, along with Camby’s business manager Max Etienne, began planning how Camby could help expand White Lion’s consumer base, as well help in efforts to support surrounding communities.

“Marcus believes that the brand story can resonate in other pockets of New England and the tri-state, and he would love to be in a position to utilize his resources and his reach to open up some of those doors,” Berry said. “So we’re trying to expand the conversation and what we’re already doing to enhance the greater good relative to equity, inclusion and diversity.”

The Marcus Camby beer will be available in Massachusetts through White Lion’s distribution network, as well as at UMass athletics events.

White Lion self-distributes its brands, along with several other Massachusetts breweries, including minority-owned Brockton Beer Company (Brockton); 67 Degrees Brewing (Franklin); Brew Practitioners (East Longmeadow); and ArcPoint Brewing (Belchertown).

“Whatever White Lion touches, whether it’s a White Lion portfolio or another local regional beer brand, that’s part of the evolution with Marcus as well,” Berry said. “There’s opportunity where Marcus can come through our community initiatives and speak to the youth or speak to equity and inclusion. That’s what it’s all about: having multiple layers and multiple fronts, because it’s a big world, it’s a big space out there, and every little bit helps to move the needle in the right direction when you’re trying to do good things in the community.”

“I was very interested in what was going on, and not just being the face of the beer, but behind the scenes,” Camby said during Thursday’s event. “I don’t want to speak too prematurely, but we got something going on down the line.”

This is not the first basketball-related collaboration for White Lion. The brewery has previously partnered with the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, the AHL Springfield Thunderbirds and MGM Springfield.

White Lion opened in 2014 using contract brewing, before opening its production facility in October 2020. In the summer of 2021, it opened its taproom and kitchen, after about a year of COVID-19-related delays. Berry said the brewery produced more than 1,000 barrels in 2021 – an increase from 950 barrels in 2020, according to estimates from the Brewers Association.

In 2022, White Lion plans to increase its salesforce in Massachusetts, and add distribution in Connecticut – a move that will likely be helped by its partnership with Camby, a Connecticut native.

Camby store, museum has country's largest collection of 'Dr. Who' memorabilia

Two decades of hard work resulted in the opening of 'Who North America'More VideosINDIANAPOLIS — It's a unique collection that started in 1998. For Keith Bradbury, it started with the show "Dr. Who.""It's a British show, and in the United States, while it was showing on PBS stations, you couldn't get any merchandise. You couldn't get any toys or action figures," Bradbury said. "I always, as a kid, always kind of wanted all this 'Dr. Who' stuff that was only available in the U.K."...

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INDIANAPOLIS — It's a unique collection that started in 1998. For Keith Bradbury, it started with the show "Dr. Who."

"It's a British show, and in the United States, while it was showing on PBS stations, you couldn't get any merchandise. You couldn't get any toys or action figures," Bradbury said. "I always, as a kid, always kind of wanted all this 'Dr. Who' stuff that was only available in the U.K."

Nearly 20 years of hard work resulted in the opening of Who North America on State Road 67 in Camby.

"We've got a retail side and we also have a museum of merchandise. We've been trying to collect the merchandise over the years, and we put them in cabinets so people can see them," Bradbury said. "We really try to cater to the 'Dr. Who' fans, so if you come in here, you get to spend a lot of time. Most people spend anywhere from an hour to an hour and a half and really enjoy the place and see a lot of different things that they won't see otherwise."

Curious fans of the show come from everywhere, like Mary Bird, a native of Cambodia in Indianapolis for job training.

"This is amazing. I've never seen a store where they sell 'Dr. Who' because growing up in Cambodia, the only option was just to watch a show," Bird said. "When I finally went to London, I got to see certain things that reminded me of the show. This is fantastic. I'm super excited right now."

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"Who North America is a unique store, there's no others in the United States," Bradbury said. "There is a 'Dr. Who' store in the U.K. called Who Shop in London. Both them and us are probably about the only two really exclusively "Dr. Who" stores in the world."

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UMass unveils statues of basketball icons John Calipari, Marcus Camby, Julius Erving and Jack Leaman

AMHERST — Standing on one end of the floor of the Champions Center, the UMass basketball program’s still shiny practice facility John Calipari was distracted from his media interviews for a second by loud laughter nearby.He paused and looked over. The noise came Tyrone Weeks and Donta Bright sitting on a bench nearby. It’s been 25 years since Weeks and Bright were teammates on UMass’ 1995-96 Final Four team. But together aga...

AMHERST — Standing on one end of the floor of the Champions Center, the UMass basketball program’s still shiny practice facility John Calipari was distracted from his media interviews for a second by loud laughter nearby.

He paused and looked over. The noise came Tyrone Weeks and Donta Bright sitting on a bench nearby. It’s been 25 years since Weeks and Bright were teammates on UMass’ 1995-96 Final Four team. But together again, they fell into old patterns, joking, telling old stories and laughing. Calipari smiled. All these years later, his guys were still his guys.

Officially Friday’s event was the unveiling of statues outside the Mullins Center of four of the most important figures in UMass men’s basketball history - Calipari, Marcus Camby Julius Erving and Jack Leaman. Later that night Camby and Calipari and the rest of the 1995-96 team were scheduled to be honored as part of the UMass’ Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony.

Unofficially it was a kind of a family reunion as the players, assistant coaches and even many of the student managers returned to campus.

“Every time I get a chance to come back to the area, it brings back nostalgia for me,” said Camby, who was already planning an Antonio’s Pizza visit. “I’m happy all my brothers are here this time around. It’s fun.”

Calipari’s papa bear pride at seeing them be honored together eclipsed the ego boost of seeing himself immortalized in bronze.

“The ‘96 team being inducted is more important to me,” said Calipari, who then self-deprecatingly praised the sculpture’s authenticity. “The statue had a big nose so... (motioning toward his own nose).”

Calipari hoped Matt McCall’s current men’s team and Tory Verdi’s women’s squad who were both sitting up front at the statue ceremony would see the cohesion that Final Four team’s players, who are all in their mid-to-late 40s now, still have.

“I’d like the players that are here and the women’s team to see the camaraderie of the team from 1995-96. That’s why you become good. Because you’re close and do things together,” Calipari said. “Coming together, creating relationships, being authentic, being there for each other. Picking each other up. If they do that they’ll win and they’ll have a lasting legacy. Their teammates today will be their teammates 40 years from now.”

On top of finding those friendships, Erving and Camby talked about what being in college meant to their off-court development as adults. At a time where some American players go overseas to play professionally or to the G-League instead of college, both Erving and Camby advocated the value of the college experience.

“It forced me to grow up at a young age. I think that this was my foundation for everything I’ve been doing since I came here,” said Camby, whose oldest daughter is starting college this year. “More of it is from the social aspect of it. I can’t even imagine being a high school kid thrust into the NBA spotlight with teammates who are 30-35 who have kids and have families. College life is the best life. I wish I could have did a senior year here and gone out with Carmelo (Travieso), Edgar (Padilla) and Ty, who were in my class.”

Erving turned pro after his junior season signing with the ABA’s Virginia Squires. He said it was the right decision at the time, but decades later he wonders what his senior year would have been like.

“If I had to do it again, I would have stayed in school another year,” he said. “Every moment before I turned professional, I only thought of getting my degree in business administration and being a student. I was a student right up until I signed the contract.”

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