The 2017 Kentucky Derby - Avalon Executive Transportation
The 2017 Kentucky Derby kicks off Saturday, May 6. Let the 14-passenger Avalon Executive Transportation black limo bus be your vessel to one of the biggest moments in sports.
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The 2017 Kentucky Derby

The 2017 Kentucky Derby will be held Saturday, May 6 in the beautiful city of Louisville, KY. With a tradition that dates back several generations, the Kentucky Derby is widely considered on the most entertaining sporting events in the country. On average, more than 100,000 people from all over the world will be in attendance at one of the most electric and fashionable events in sports.
At Avalon Executive Transportation of Central Indiana, we are honored and thrilled to be your professional transportation service to the 2017 Kentucky Derby. Our celebrated black limousine bus is the perfect vessel to take you, your friends, coworkers, and neighbors to one of the biggest events of the year, the 2017 Kentucky Derby. The Avalon Executive Transportation Black Limousine Bus seats 14 passengers in prime comfort and luxury. With large leather seats, drink-mixing stations, ipod connection, and an in-motion flat-screen television, we are confident that you will find our services to be exquisite, professional, high-grade, and geared for creating memories that will last a lifetime. 
The ride to Louisville, Kentucky is long, but in the comfort and space provided by the Avalon Executive Transportation Black Limousine Bus, you’ll pass the time eating, drinking, chatting with friends, watching the latest sport show-down on tv, catching up on horse racing updates, and you will quickly arrive at your desired destination, the 2017 Kentucky Derby. 
Scheduled to take place at Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky, the 2017 Kentucky Derby is the perfect option for a weekend getaway with friends and loved ones. There’s more to this gathering than the main event. The 2017 Kentucky Derby is designed to accommodate and appease all ages, from the youth, to the young at heart. There are a gauntlet of family-oriented activities, as well as fun, lighthearted, and casual activities for adults who are looking to unwind, make new friends, network, and escape the stressors of life. The 2017 Kentucky Derby is a terrific multi-day gathering crafted to shine the limelight on horse-racing, one of the longest-running traditions in the world of sports entertainment. 
Though the main even lasts two minutes, the 2017 Kentucky Derby offers countless events and activities throughout the week. The Longines Kentucky Oaks competition will also be held during the week of the 2017 Kentucky Derby. Kentucky Oaks is held annually, usually the day before the Kentucky Derby, and involves 3 year old female horses, also know as fillies.” In addition to a winning prize of $1 million, the winning filly receives a garland of lillies, appropriately name lillies for the fillies.”
Between the 2017 Kentucky Derby, Kentucky Oaks, and numerous other activities and events, guests will find plenty of entertainment throughout the week. The Avalon Executive Transportation black limo bus is geared up and ready to provide quality and lasting memories for this high-profile sporting weekend. 
For more information on how you can book this vehicle for the 2017 Kentucky Derby and other events, please contact David Monday, AET owner and professional driver with years of experience, at (317) 281-7161 or visit
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Take a quick tour of the Avalon Executive Transportation black limo bus, with AET owner and driver with many years of experience, David Monsey, below.