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The Niverville Party Bus. Paul Ghuman

Earlier this year, local businessman Paul Ghuman started his latest venture: the Niverville Party Bus.

Ghuman, who also operates Pizza 311 in Niverville, calls this “the ultimate in special occasion transportation.”

In addition to the restaurant, he owns Niverville Taxi Ltd. and added the Party Bus as part of that service in August.

The bus can carry up to 19 passengers and the cost of the rental also includes a driver.

As for what people can expect in the way of rental cost, Ghuman says the rate is necessarily variable and depends on the distance travelled and length of time it will have to wait.

However, special rates are available for concerts and sporting events.

The Party Bus, according to Ghuman, is available for any occasion. He sees it as being especially useful for socials, birthday parties, and weddings.

The bus is scheduled to attend some recurring events as well. For example, Ghuman is taking the vehicle to every Blue Bombers game this season for a fee of $20 per person, which includes pick-up and drop-off.

Both Niverville Taxi and the Niverville Party Bus are available year-round and 24/7.

These services can come in handy, given that the town has grown to the point that walking from one end to the other is no longer the 15-minute jaunt it used to be in days gone by.

For those living in The Highlands at the west end of town, or Fifth Avenue Estates at the southeast end, the walk to Main Street is substantial and may not be possible for many people.

As for the Party Bus, it could offer a safe and secure ride for those who plan to drink alcohol at a special event.

Notably, Niverville is surrounded on all sides by event venues.

Ghuman adds that Niverville Taxi is also planning to start a daily service to and from Winnipeg, a service which will target people who are looking for other options to help deal with their daily commute.

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