We Can Provide Your Inauguration 2013 Transportation!

By Master Sgt. Cecilio Ricardo, U.S. Air Force

On Jan. 21, 2013, Barack Obama will be sworn in for his second term as President of the United States. Almost 2 million people attended his first inauguration in 2009, and many already are making plans for their visit next month.

Reston Limousine can help with your transportation needs during the inauguration week period, from airport shuttles to limousines and sedans to buses for larger groups. As Washington DC’s largest limo and shuttle service, we have years of experience in dealing with inauguration issues, from security to road closures. Make your reservations early to get the best rates, and let us help you have a worry-free experience of a lifetime!

Here’s a quick FAQ for Inauguration 2013:
Who organizes the event?
Since 1901, the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies has planned and executed of the swearing-in of the presidents and vice presidents. Their website for the 2013 event is www.inaugural.senate.gov.

How much are tickets to the swearing-in ceremony and how do I get them?
Tickets are free and are distributed by members of Congress. For contact information for your congressional representatives, visit www.house.gov and www.senate.gov. You can also view the ceremonies from the National Mall wihtout tickets starting at Fourth Street NW.

Do I need tickets for the inaugural parade?
The parade takes place along Pennsylvania Avenue after the swearing-in and luncheon. You do not need tickets.

Where can I find information about the balls?
The Presidential Inaugural Committee, which is being formed, hosts the official ball. Visit www.inaugural.senate.gov for updates. Other unofficial balls are hosted by a variety of groups; more information can be found on About.com DC at http://dc.about.com/od/specialevents/a/inauguralballs.htm

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