Ground Transportation for the Upcoming 107th Annual Session in Birmingham, Alabama on August 17-22, 2014


GROUND TRANSPORTATION FOR THE UPCOMING 107TH ANNUAL SESSION IN BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA ON AUGUST 17-22, 2014
The Sheraton Birmingham Hotel, the official hotel site, provides complimentary ground transportation from the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport to the Sheraton Birmingham Hotel and return, beginning at 4:30 a.m. (CDT) daily; and, their pickups are every 30 minutes on the hour.  The telephone number at the hotel is 205-324-5000.  Gratuities are accepted.  Please call the hotel upon your arrival and in possession of your luggage.  (The hotel does not accept reservations.)
Taxis from the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport to the Sheraton Birmingham Hotel are available.  However, the exact cost is not available but $4.50 is charged for the first mile and $2.00 for each additional mile.
J & B Passenger Service, Inc., 3112 Avenue F, Birmingham, AL  35218 has committed to provide our conventioneers ground transportation from Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport to the Sheraton Birmingham Hotel.  The cost for individual pickup from the airport to the hotel and return is $40.00 (roundtrip) or $20 one-way. Group Rates and Wheelchair Service are available upon request.  Major credit cards (American Express/MasterCard/Visa) and cash are acceptable forms of payment.  Conventioneers should contact J & B Passenger Service, Inc. in advance at (205) 781-5702 to make reservations.  Be prepared to have available flight information (date of arrival, time of arrival, airline, flight number, date of departure, time of departure, airline and flight number).  Each passenger is responsible for their individual ground transportation charges and gratuities.
Feel free to share this information with others—especially individuals who are planning to attend the 107th Annual Session in Birmingham, Alabama and who will be traveling by air arriving at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport.

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