Hunter Events—one of the top event planning companies in San Francisco—has over 20 years of experience in successfully delivering the “wow factor” to events of all types and sizes by providing ground transportation services for guests to and from the event venue.

Hunter Events strives for safe and seamless ground transportation, always designed to meet the specialized needs of the Client and their event attendees. This ground transportation service encompasses everything from reserving and confirming the accurate type of ground transportation needed for the passengers, to managing any logistics associated with group travel. Hunter Events is also capable of managing complex itineraires to get attendees to their destination as quickly and as easily as possible.

This ground transportation courtesy extends beyond the event guest attendees, but also to both the Client and their C-Level executives. Hunter Events knows it is of the utmost importance to see that the VIP guests arrive to the event on-time and in style!

For large group travel for events—such as corporate conferences, seminars, business meetings or conventions—Hunter Events is able to organize ground transportation services such as shuttle programs, motor coaches, buses or vans. Meticulous route planning and management by Hunter Events and their ground transportation vendors will see that the guests arrive safely and promptly to their events.

For smaller or more formal events—such as benefit galas, weddings, birthday parties or retirement celebrations—Hunter Events is able to provide chauffeured ground transportation in luxury vehicles. This always adds that extra-special element of class and sophistication for the event guests.

Ground transportation is a hospitable and easy way to welcome guests to your event. So be sure to impress them with the courtesy of well-organized and thoughtfully-planned ground transportation services. Leave your ground transportation needs to Hunter Events and you will not be disappointed. Let’s plan your event together! Contact Robert Hunter at