Pink Limos for Girls Night Out

Limos come in a variety of sizes and colors, though for the sake of simplicity, most people tend to choose a classic stretch limo in black or white for their special event. After all, does it really matter what color the car is? Well, if you’re a troupe of female party goers looking to make your presence known, then yeah, it does. Enter the illustrious pink limousine.


Although the sight of a stretch pink limo or stretch humvee might make you think of Susan G. Komen for the Cure and what is presumably a fundraising event, most limos of this color are rented out by women celebrating a female-centric event such as a bachelorette party or, in some instances, just a simple night out on the town.

Given that pink limousines are typically reserved for special occasions of the “party” variety, you will find that most, particularly stretch SUVs and Humvees, are fully equipped with matching interior and all the amenities necessary for a kick butt girls night out. Surround sound audio with iPod connections, high definition televisions with DVD players, fancy lighting, wet bars, and, in some cases, even a stripper pole.

If you’re not having a “girls night out” and don’t require all of the amenities found in a typical stretch hummer or SUV, then a standard pink limousine would be your ideal choice. These are often used for weddings, or, as was mentioned above, charity events that use pink as their primary color.

Where can you get a pink limousine? Many limousine services offer pink limos, both regular and of the SUV/Humvee variety, though you may have to call around to find a reputable limousine service that offers one. In some instances, you will find that some limo rental companies simply don’t carry them, due either to demand or because they simply don’t want to. If they do carry them, they’re often a “Mary Kay” branded limousine.

Make sure you do plenty of research before renting a limo, as not every limo company is created equal. You do, in fact, get what you pay for, and paying a little extra for the necessary amenities just might be the way to go.


Posted on June 27, 2012 at 9:00 AM