You only get one birthday a year. You might as well party big. While some people may want to wait for a milestone birthday from Sweet 16 to the big 5-0, we’ve had folks rent from us for birthday’s as young as five and as mature as 100. It doesn’t matter how old you are. I only matters how you celebrate.
You can make your day a lifelong memory by going out with friends and family in a stretch limo, a party bus, a Mercedes Sprinter or any other vehicle in our fleet. You only get one chance a year, splurge, Live the Limo Life.
Some interesting birthday trivia:
July, August and September are the most popular months to give birth, Tuesday was ranked as the most likely day for deliveries
September 12, 18, 25 and 26 – which are all about nine months after the holiday season – were found to be the most common birthdays.
On average a total of 12,250 children born per day in the summer, compared to just 11,390 in the winter.
According to various reports, the day with the most American births was found to be September 9, 1999; apparently, parents were trying to coordinate a 9/9/99 birth date.
The tradition of having candles on a birthday cake began with the Greeks who worshipped Artemis, the goddess of the moon. Cakes are typically round to emulate the shape of the moon. The candles symbolize the moon’s glow.
The melody for the Happy Birthday song was first penned by two sisters, Mildred and Patty Hill. The song is copyrighted, which is why many restaurants have their own version of the song they say. They don’t want to pay royalties.
The tradition of birthday spankings for the celebrator, started as a way to cast away the evil spirits. But please be careful who you spank.