Questions? Call 770-299-4931
Feb21

Questions? Call 770-299-4931

Our customer service is ready to assist in making your rental experience fast, efficient and pleasurable from the first moment to the last.  Call 770-299-4931, or fill out a form below. We look forward to helping you with all your van rental needs. Atlanta’s Best Van Rental – The Best Transportation to Your Destination!         Please tell us how we can help you and how you would like to be contacted. Contact Form * indicates required field Name:* Email:* Phone:* Subject:* Rental Dates (ie.12/27/16 - 1/6/17):* Travel to (ie. Nome, Alaska):* Type Vehicle (ie. 12 or 15 Passenger van or minivan):*...

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Emmanuel Baptist Church Endorsement
Mar02

Emmanuel Baptist Church Endorsement

I am the pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church in Newnan, Georgia and i wanted to write and thank you for your efforts and success in rescuing us from a dilemma that another company had left us with when they failed to deliver on vans that we had reserved three months in advance. They have lost a customer and you have gained one! Because of your success in getting vans to us, the week of June 9-15 was a great time for our young people who went to camp. Thank you so very much. I will be eternally grateful. Sincerely, Terry Arp, Pastor Baptist Church Endorsement...

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Team-Inspired Tailgating Dishes
Aug25

Team-Inspired Tailgating Dishes

Make a big play toward winning your tailgate division with these favorites. From grilled spicy hot dogs to a simmered pot of gumbo, there’s something for everyone’s time, tastes, and team.

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Tailgating Food Tips
Oct18

Tailgating Food Tips

Keep it simple. Go for foods with quick and easy preparation and simple clean up. When planning your meal, keep the time and location of the game in mind. For example, breakfast burritos would be great for an early game. If the game is several hours away, you may want to bring prepared foods. Fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, trail mix, dried foods, cookies, peanuts, crackers, and canned products (meat spreads, for example) are great for tailgating because they don’t need refrigeration. Finger foods are great because they’re quick and easy. Use plastic bags and disposable, plastic containers whenever possible. Use two coolers — one for drinks and ready-to-eat foods, and one for raw meats. Wrap very securely any meats, poultry or fish that may leak or drip before putting them in the cooler. Pack foods in coolers in reverse order so that the last items packed will be the first ones used. Pack any remaining space in the cooler with ice or nonperishable foods. A full cooler will maintain its low temperature longer than one that is partially full. Instead of loose ice, consider freezing water in lightweight plastic containers. Placing containers of frozen water in your cooler won’t flood the cooler, and will leave you with a clean supply of cool drinking water post-game. Chill beer and wine in the fridge the night before, then transfer them into a cooler filled with ice right before leaving for the game. Don’t forget cups (with your team’s logo on them) and ice for soft...

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All for a Good Cause!
Sep24

All for a Good Cause!

All for a Good Cause! Atlanta’s Best Van Rental attended the Remembrance of Madeline Fundraiser event Sunday in memory of Madeline McTier.  The event was a great success with a huge turnout and terrific weather.   Atlanta’s Best Van Rental provided two passenger van rentals as prizes for the raffle. Thanks to everyone for coming out and supporting the fundraiser.            ...

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