Sunday, June 15, 2014
The Lowcountry Loop Trolley is locally owned and operated by Derrick and Terry Williams of Mount Pleasant. Their unique vintage-style trolley buses offer locals and guests alike a fun and affordable option for getting to all the wonderful points of interest in East Cooper and downtown, as well as private, special event charters and great tour packages.
For an unlimited Hop On/Hop Off daily fare of $5, passengers can experience the very best of the Lowcountry. The fabulous Isle of Palms beaches, the wonderful restaurants on Sullivan's Island and Shem Creek, historic Boone Hall Plantation, Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum and the downtown Charleston Visitor's Center are a few of the attractions to which the trolley shuttles guests. The Lowcountry Loop Trolley believes that guests should enjoy all that the area has to offer without the confusion of traffic and parking challenges. Leave the driving to them.
A bonus on the shuttle offers riders special discounts at local businesses along the route through the “Trolley Friendly Partners” program. That's right. A ticket on the Lowcountry Loop Trolley also provides passengers an opportunity to enjoy exceptional local businesses and support the local economy with money-saving discounts provided exclusively to trolley passengers at many of the area's most popular shops, restaurants and adventure providers.
This article published on page 10 of the recent special section, Bites & Sites (June 11, 2014). To view the online edition of the special publication visit http://shop.moultrienews.com/moultrie-sc/special-section/bites-and-sites/06-11-2014.
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