When do you feel most special? We think we know the answer to this one. When you are being treated special. And on your wedding day, one of the best ways to make sure that your guests feel special is to hire a professional valet service to meet and greet them, escort them to the venue, and make sure that their car is well taken care of. This kind of service is about many things including convenience, security, elegance and luxury. For you to go to these lengths to make sure your guests feel special will stick with them for a very long time. They will be talking about how they got the star treatment for years to come. Let's face it, you have made sure that every other detail is taken care of, why not go the extra mile and make sure that the parking is handled in a professional manner. But one word of caution. In order to provide this memorable experience, you need to be very sure that you hire a reputable and quality valet service in the Cincinnati area. We want to help you with making sure that is the case. So, we have put together this guide that will not only lead you to some quality candidates but will also help you target the one valet service that will make sure your wedding day is an extra special event.
Finding valet service companies in the Cincinnati area should not be a problem. Your first avenue should be to harness the power of the world wide web. Do a Google search for “valet services in the Cincinnati area.” Write down a few of the names that look promising as you check out the individual websites. Talk to your family, friends and coworkers about any valet parking they might have experienced. Check with your wedding vendors that you already have a relationship with. There is a very good chance that they will have a candidate or two that you should check out. Call up each candidate on your list and if they are available on your wedding day, setup some interviews in order to check each one out more thoroughly.
There are some specific questions you need to ask of each candidate. Start with asking if they are licensed and insured. The answer should be yes. Will you need permits and if so, do they apply for them in your name? Let them know how many guests you will be having. Based on that number, ask them how many attendants will be provided. If you feel the number is too low, find out how much it would cost you to add an attendant. Will they survey the location before your event to figure out how everything should be setup? Most of your guests will be showing up within a 10 minute window, ask if this will be a problem. How many parking spaces are close to your venue? Do they think that will be a problem? How close will the valet drop off area be to the entrance of the venue? Will that be a problem? What if there will be bad weather? For instance, in case of rain, will the valet attendants have umbrellas? How much do they charge for their service? Is it by the hour or per attendant. Take your time with your interviews and do your due diligence. When you are finished, your best fit candidate should emerge.↑ Back to the top ↑