Visitors served by new Lowcountry Loop Trolley

September 8, 2012 by  

Terry and Derrick Williams this month announced the arrival of the first Hop On—Hop Off tour company, the Lowcountry Loop Trolley, in South Carolina to service the areas of Charleston, the Isle of Palm and Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina.

The Williamses, who have over 40 years of experience between them in the recreational tourism industry, are most likely using poster printing and flyer printing to make visitors and tourists to these areas aware of the new service, so as to be able to take in the attractions and history of the area east of the Cooper River.

The trolley that is being used by the Lowcountry Loop Trolley is a custom-designed and unique. It can sit 40 people and enable 20 people to stand with traditional hand rails. In addition, the trolleys have been specially handcrafted and constructed, with pre-manufactured chasses providing the surface on which they are mounted. An audio track accompanies the ride and provides passengers with information about the history of exciting and interesting places in the Lowcountry.

Several places serve as departure points for the trolley and include the Visitor’s Center at Mt. Pleasant, the downtown Visitor’s Center in Charleston, the Wild Dunes Resort, and 12 hotels in East Cooper. All loop rides begin at 9:00 am every day of the week except Sunday and stop at a variety of attractions that include Patriot’s Point Naval and Maritime Museum, the New Mt. Pleasant Park at Shem Creek, the Marina and Front Beach at the Isle of Palms, and several watersports operations.

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