There are many things that you need to pull off your wedding but we want to talk to you about one of the services that a lot of people relegate to the back burner. If you truly want your guests to feel like royalty at your wedding, then you need to hire a professional valet service. Keep in mind that one of the most hectic things that can occur at any kind of event is the parking of vehicles. You obviously want to make sure that all vehicles are kept secure. And a professional valet service knows the heart of hospitality. Talk about making an impression and your guests feeling special. If you decide to go this route and we definitely encourage you to do so, you need to look for a company that trains their valets to treat the customer with the utmost respect. We would like assist you in your search for a professional valet company. This guide will help you look throughout the St. Louis area for quality candidates and at the same time, it will help you narrow your search down to the vendor that will service your guests in the best way possible.
Before you hire anyone, you obviously need to find some candidates that are worthy of servicing your wedding. Start your search by talking to your family, friends and coworkers. Sometimes word of mouth can bring you insider information that you would not get anywhere else. Write down any names that you hear about. You also will want to tap into the world wide web. Do a Google search for “valet services in the St. Louis area.” Start clicking on links and determining which websites exhibit a company that is worth considering for your wedding needs. And don't forget about your wedding vendors that you already have a relationship with. They will more than likely know of a valet service or two that you should interview. Call up each name on your list and find out if they would be able to provide service for your wedding date. Once you know this, you can setup an interview.
At each interview, you will want to ask the same questions of each candidate so you can compare after the fact. Let each candidate know how many guests you will be having at your wedding. Most valet services base the number of attendants that they provide on this number. If you feel like you need to add an attendant or two, ask them how much an extra valet will cost. You will want to ask about their experience. Ask for references. Don't neglect to talk to each one and talk about how well the service operated at their event. You don't want any surprises. Find out how much this is going to cost you. Have them share their training program for their valets. How much of a priority is customer service? Are they insured and licensed? How do they handle inclement weather when it comes? When you are finished with all of your interviews, go home and do a side by side comparison of all of your vendors. One of the candidates should emerge as the best company to hire for your parking needs.