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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.

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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.

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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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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.

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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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New Palestine Comp Plan meeting sets positve tone to create goals for town

NEW PALESTINE — The company that won the bid to help the Town of New Palestine create a new comprehensive plan held a project launch meeting earlier this month. The meeting at New Palestine Town Hall was designed to get all the local and county players involved, set the tone and gather input for the wide-scoping project.Sydnee Cseresznyes, President of Volt Strategies, led the New Palestine Project Launch meeting, where the group determined steering and stakeholder strategies as well as discussed the public meeting aspect they&r...

NEW PALESTINE — The company that won the bid to help the Town of New Palestine create a new comprehensive plan held a project launch meeting earlier this month. The meeting at New Palestine Town Hall was designed to get all the local and county players involved, set the tone and gather input for the wide-scoping project.

Sydnee Cseresznyes, President of Volt Strategies, led the New Palestine Project Launch meeting, where the group determined steering and stakeholder strategies as well as discussed the public meeting aspect they’ll also use for input.

The group talked about the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) facing the town and then began to discuss the community vision for New Palestine. Cseresznyes noted that a community vision for a town is a collaboratively developed, forward-looking statement that outlines the desired future state and guiding principles for the town.

“It was really great to have all of these stakeholders in one room,” Cseresznyes said. “They all have such different backgrounds and brought their personal or professional views or both.”

The meeting included New Palestine Town Council President Teri Reed, Town Manager Jim Robinson, New Palestine Community Schools Communication Director Craig Smith and Hancock County Engineer Gary Pool, among others.

“It was really great to see how engaged everyone really was,” Cseresznyes said. “We heard a lot of different ideas and had a lot of different passion points.”

The Town of New Palestine’s 2016 Comprehensive Plan did not include a designated community vision, and officials note they don’t want to make that mistake again, so one of the big discussions was what everyone thinks needs to be included in the town’s Vision Statement.

“What we did was have this interactive engagement part of the workshop,” Cseresznyes said.

That included asking people to come up with one word they’d use to describe New Palestine, which included words like quaint, homey, rural and potential.

It’s that “potential” word that carries a lot of weight as the group, along with the community, will try to find the best way to let the town develop while still being able to keep the small-town feel.

“I think it was a productive first meeting,” Robinson said.

He noted the whole idea behind developing a new comprehensive plan is to help community leaders who make decisions have a road map type of handbook to make sure as businesses and developments try to come into the area they don’t harm the town’s vision or change, the town’s charm.

“A comp plan is sort of a road map,” Robinson said.

Cseresznyes said the idea is to have a comprehensive plan that doesn’t harm the “personality” of the town, and the first meeting helped establish that base.

“It’s a little too early to have a full idea of what the town and the community want, but we have a few factors now as we start to craft that vision that is reflective of the town,” Cseresznyes

The next step is to gather with the steering committee a few more times and then start reaching out to hear from community members about how they want to see the town develop.

That includes setting up a place to talk with residents as soon as this coming weekend at the New Palestine Summer Festival, starting at 4 p.m. Friday, June 21 and 1 p.m. Saturday, June 22, where they’ll be at the Classic Car Show to hear feedback and ask questions.

“That’s just once piece of this huge engagement strategy,” Cseresznyes said. “We’ll host some public input meetings as well and some targeted stakeholder meetings.”

Officials say there will also be a community survey released soon which will allow residents to really have a chance to share their views.

“There is a lot of moving pieces in this early stage,” Cseresznyes said. “The most important thing is everyone, they’re all on board with keeping the communities identity while achieving a balance with the growth.”

The biggest take away Cseresznyes said was how everyone “really does seem to love and care deeply about their community.”

NEW YORK (AP) — When Team USA walks with the world’s athletes at the Paris Olympics’opening ceremony, they’ll be doing so in snappy tailored navy blazers from Ralph Lauren — and blue jeans.

Just regular, everyday denim blue jeans.

Ralph Lauren, which unveiled Tuesday its ninth turn creating Olympic parade looks for the Americans, is billing the pairing as “unexpected” yet classic.

David Lauren, the company’s chief branding and innovation officer and its founder’s son, was unbothered by the casualness of blue denim.

“We work very closely with Team USA to make the athletes feel at once dressed up, feel like a team, but at the same time comfortable and very distinctively American,” he told The Associated Press on Monday during a media preview at the company’s posh New York headquarters.

“Nothing says America like blue jeans, especially when we’re in Paris,” Lauren added. “And it gives the athletes a chance to feel a sense of a culture but also feel like themselves and what is natural.”

The single-breasted wool blazers come with red-and-white tipping worn with a blue-and-white striped Oxford shirt and cream suede buck lace-up shoes. The jeans, at least, are tapered. Oh, and there are neck ties, in blue.

For the closing ceremony, the team will wear sharp white, moto-style denim jeans with matching jackets designed in, yes, patriotic red, white and blue.

The company gathered a few Paris-bound athletes to show off the parade uniforms for the Summer Games that begin next month in one of the world’s fashion capitals.

Daniela Moroz, 23, is competing in sailing at her first Olympics. She loved the racing details of the closing look she modeled, down to the shoes. The zip jackets have “USA” splashed across the front in huge letters, with “Team USA” in blue high on the outside seam of one pant leg. Team caps are duck bill: The visor is in white, with red and blue details.

“I’m a racer on the water so that really speaks to me,” said Moroz, born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, of the moto touches. “It’s super comfortable.”

Lauren called the closing ceremony looks “more graphic, more fun, a little more exciting.”

The company also designed Team USA gear available for sale starting Tuesday at RalphLauren.com, TeamUSAShop.com and company stores in the U.S. and France. Among the wares on offer are polo shirts made of 100% recycled cotton. It’s the first time Ralph Lauren has achieved that level of sustainability in Olympic gear, David Lauren said.

The customizable polo shirt “feels almost like a performance material that has better wicking, better breathability, better stretch,” he said. “And it’s a test for us to see how we can evolve in the future. The Olympics has always been an amazing place to test newness, to try innovation, and to explore with our athletes what the future could look like.”

Some proceeds of retail sales go to help support U.S. athletes training for their Olympic moments. Lauren wouldn’t be more specific on how much money the company sends their way.

The opening and closing ceremony uniforms, the same for the Olympics and subsequent Paralympics, were made in the U.S. The gear on sale to the public was made in both the U.S. and other countries.

Jamal Hill, a Paralympic swimmer who earned a bronze medal in Tokyo, is returning to compete in Paris at age 29. He thinks the uniforms will resonate with millennials and Gen Z.

“They have a really, really nice unique modern flair,” said Hill, who grew up in Los Angeles.

Fencer Daryl Homer, 33, will be Paris as an alternate after he tore his Achilles tendon a month before qualification. It’s his fourth trip to the Olympics. He earned a silver medal in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro.

Of the blue denim moment, Homer said: “It’s very modern, it’s approachable. We’re going to be walking in Paris in the heat. It’s a lighter look with a bit more room to move around.”

Kamren Larsen, a 24-year-old BMX racer from Bakersfield, California, is headed to his first Olympics. He thinks the crisp blazers with Oxford shirts balance out the more laid-back nature of the jeans.

“I think Ralph did a good job in diversifying,” he said.

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For more coverage of the 2024 Paris Olympics, visit https://apnews.com/hub/2024-paris-olympic-games.

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Baseball Recap: Mooresville takes down New Palestine in a playoff battle

With a playoff game on the line, Mooresville rose to the challenge on Saturday. They had just enough and edged the New Palestine Dragons out 3-2. The win was familiar territory for Mooresville who now have six in a row....

With a playoff game on the line, Mooresville rose to the challenge on Saturday. They had just enough and edged the New Palestine Dragons out 3-2. The win was familiar territory for Mooresville who now have six in a row.

Hogan Denny was a major factor while hitting and pitching. He didn't allow a single earned run while striking out 17 over 7.2 innings pitched. Denny has been nothing but reliable on the mound: he hasn't given up more than two walks in ten consecutive pitching appearances. Denny was also solid in the batter's box, scoring a run and stealing a base while getting on base in three of his five plate appearances.

In other batting news, Bryce Brabender was excellent, going 3-for-5 with a triple, a stolen base, and two RBI.

On New Palestine's side, Michael Thorpe was a force to be reckoned with on the mound despite the final result: he struck out 12 batters over eight innings while giving up just two earned runs off six hits.

On the hitting side, New Palestine saw four different players step up and record at least one hit. One of them was Wyatt Matheis, who went 1-for-4 with a stolen base, two RBI, and a double. The team also got some help courtesy of Jackson Kamp, who scored a run while going 2-for-4.

Even though they lost, New Palestine didn't let batters stay on the plate for long and finished the game with 14 strikeouts. That's the most strikeouts they've managed all season.

Mooresville's victory bumped their record up to 31-3. As for New Palestine, their loss dropped their record down to 25-6.

Mooresville is on the road again on Saturday to play Avon at 8:00 p.m. Both teams have allowed few runs on average, (Avon: 4, Mooresville: 2.9) so any runs scored will be well earned. New Palestine does not have any more games scheduled as of now.

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Mooresville baseball outlasts New Palestine as freshman comes through in extra innings

MOORESVILLE — In the most stressful moment of the game, a moment where the situation could be too big for the most experienced player let alone a freshman, Mooresville coach Eric McGaha had a simple message to Liam Delp."You're going to get a fastball, just try to take it the other way," McGaha said.Easier said than done. But with the bases loaded in the 11th inning of Saturday's IHSAA Class 4A semistate semifinal against New Palestine, Delp stuck to the game plan, driving a fastball from Dragons pitcher Jacob M...

MOORESVILLE — In the most stressful moment of the game, a moment where the situation could be too big for the most experienced player let alone a freshman, Mooresville coach Eric McGaha had a simple message to Liam Delp.

"You're going to get a fastball, just try to take it the other way," McGaha said.

Easier said than done. But with the bases loaded in the 11th inning of Saturday's IHSAA Class 4A semistate semifinal against New Palestine, Delp stuck to the game plan, driving a fastball from Dragons pitcher Jacob Morris into right-center field, sending the Pioneers to a 3-2 victory.

"Throughout the whole at bat I was just like, 'I'm made for this situation. I'm gonna do the best. I'm gonna be there.' And I came through," Delp said. "At the beginning of the year I was a little antsy. I just made sure to calm myself, take a deep breath --- just the simple stuff."

With one out in the 11th, Bryce Brabender reached base with a single. Selby Barton drew a walk, and Brendin Oliver's walk loaded the bases, setting up Delp's walk-off hit. Brabender played the hero earlier in the game, tying the score at 2-2 with a two-run triple in the sixth.

Both team's pitching staffs made hits hard to come by. New Pal (25-6) starter Michael Thorpe threw 123 pitches over eight innings, allowing two runs on six hits, striking out 12. Thorpe mixed his changeup with his fastball, keeping Pioneer (30-3) hitters off balance.

Mooresville sophomore starter Hudson DeVaughan was effectively wild, striking out six but walking seven. The Alabama commit walked the bases loaded in the third. Indiana Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year Hogan Denny entered in relief, striking out Ben Hirschy for the second out of the inning, before Wyatt Matheis plated two with a double into center field.

That was the most traffic Denny dealt with until the seventh. Adam Rickey hit a leadoff double. Rickey moved to third on an error. With one out, Jacob Morris attempted a bunt with two strikes. He missed the bunt, striking out. Rickey, anticipating the bunt getting down, was caught in a run down, getting tagged out at home to end the threat.

"(Morris) got a pitch to bunt, he just didn't get it down," New Pal coach Shawn Lyons said. "I feel bad for the kid. I gave him two strikes and they're not going to expect (the bunt) with two strikes. We get that down and who knows. ... We gambled a little bit just trying to get a run in and get leverage heading into the last inning."

Denny continues dominate in relief for Mooresville. The IU commit threw 126 pitches, grinding through 7⅔ innings, striking out 17, allowing five hits and walking one. Denny earned saves in Mooresville's past two games. Oliver pitched a clean 11th to earn the win against New Pal.

The Pioneers await the winner of Floyd Central (25-3) and Avon (18-15).

4A softball final was everything anyone could have hoped for and more as HSE walks it off.

Alex Kiemeyer's 'instincts took over' and she walked off 4A final. 'I never had a doubt'Indianapolis Star0:001:58WEST LAFAYETTE — Alex Kiemeyer looked to coach Emily Pusti before stepping into the box Friday night at Bittinger Stadium. It was the bottom of the seventh and Hamilton Southeastern was tied with New Palestine at a run apiece with two runners on. The IU Indy-bound senior ...

Alex Kiemeyer's 'instincts took over' and she walked off 4A final. 'I never had a doubt'

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WEST LAFAYETTE — Alex Kiemeyer looked to coach Emily Pusti before stepping into the box Friday night at Bittinger Stadium. It was the bottom of the seventh and Hamilton Southeastern was tied with New Palestine at a run apiece with two runners on. The IU Indy-bound senior had made solid contact in her first three at-bats, but had zero hits and two strikeouts to show for it.

I'm good.

"Alright," Pusti replied. "And I believed it."

"I never had a doubt," Kiemeyer said. "I knew we were going to win that game."

Three pitches later, the Royals were celebrating their first state championship since 2010.

Kiemeyer walked it off with a double to right field, scoring Addy Justice from second base and lifting HSE to a dramatic 2-1 win over the Dragons in the IHSAA Class 4A state softball championship game. The Royals finish their first season under Pusti 25-4.

"My instincts just took over," Kiemeyer said. "All my teammates poured their love and support into me. They knew I could do it and I wanted to do it for them. A lot of our seniors, this is their last ever softball game and I wanted them to go out on a good note."

A battle between arguably the state's most potent lineup and the sport's latest rising star (HSE sophomore pitcher Grace Swedarsky), the 4A finale was everything anyone could have hoped for and more.

New Palestine drew first blood against Swedarsky with Allie Blum following a Jersi Gross triple with a sacrifice fly in the top of the third.

It would not put another runner in scoring position after that.

Swedarsky pitched two no-hitters (Zionsville during sectional and FW Carroll in the regional) and was nearly perfect in the semistate final vs. defending 4A champion Penn, but Friday was her true masterpiece. Facing a New Palestine lineup that had out-scored its six state tournament foes, 72-7, the sophomore sensation allowed only one run on two hits with a walk and 13 strikeouts.

"Our girls stayed back," Pusti said. "Our outfield did a phenomenal job making catches when they needed to the most and they had Grace's back."

Swedarsky threw hard and attacked the top of the zone, Blum said, then they were getting frozen when she targeted the sides of the zone. They weren't having great at-bats, the Kentucky-bound senior continued, "but props to her."

"The kid's good. She's going to do great things," Blum added. "I'd argue she'll be one of the best pitchers to ever pitch in Indiana when she's a senior."

Swedarsky's counterpart, New Pal senior Courtney Study, was no less impressive, though her performance is better described as gutsy or scrappy, basically a masterclass in pitching one's self out of jams.

Hamilton Southeastern logged eight hits and stranded eight runners, including runners in scoring position in the first, second, fourth and fifth innings, and two runners in the third. At each turn it felt like the Royals were teetering on a breakthrough, but Study continually rose to the occasion, flustering the hitters and maintaining New Pal's 1-0 lead.

"Every time she stepped up," Blum said of Study, who allowed only two runs on eight hits with three walks and seven strikeouts. "Every time she got the strikeout or she got the pop up. She's just unbelievably amazing."

Study held the line until the sixth.

Makena Burlingame ripped a double to left, her second hit of the game — "She's had a fantastic postseason in general," Pusti said — then pinch hitter Sayla Stock drew a walk. Two batters later, Keira Lodes lifted a fly ball to center that was deep enough to score Burlingame and tie the score at 1 entering the seventh.

"It took away so much pressure and I felt way more relaxed," Kiemeyer said, a point echoed by New Palestine coach Ed Marcum.

Swedarsky was flawless in the top of the seventh, then Justice led off the bottom half with a single (she finished 3-for-3), advanced to second on a walk to Reese Garland and came around to score on Kiemeyer's double to left.

"We talked all this postseason, it's one game at a time, one pitch at a time, one play at a time, one runner at a time," Pusti said. "Everything is one. You need one run more than the other team to win, right? So we just do it all in ones and they were able to put it together when it really mattered."

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HSE walks off New Palestine to win IHSAA Class 4A softball state title, 2-1

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