ORANGE BEACH, AL, August 18, 2010 (Press-News.org) Today, the Beach Express (BEX) toll road at http://www.beachexpress.com, announced that Huntsville, Alabama residents can take approximately 30 minutes off of their commute to upcoming events and concerts at The Wharf.
"As a previous resident of the Huntsville, Alabama area, it often took well over six hours in traffic to get to shopping, restaurants and beach activities in Orange Beach," states Cheryl Quinn, BEX Marketing Manager.
"Now, instead of waiting for 25 traffic lights on Highway 59, Huntsville residents only need to go through three lights using the Beach Express. This not only cuts a full half-hour off the drive, but it also saves times, gas and hassle."
Huntsville, Alabama residents can take advantage of these savings with upcoming, Orange Beach events including:
• 8/28/10, 8:00 p.m.
Train Concert at The Wharf Amphitheatre, http://www.thewharfal.com/?section=amphitheater
• 9/6/10, 7:00 p.m.
John Mayer Concert at The Wharf, http://www.thewharfal.com/?section=amphitheater
Annual Shrimp Festival, http://www.alagulfcoastchamber.com/pages/ShrimpFestival/
Thunder on the Gulf Power Boat Race, http://www.thunderonthegulf.com/
BEX Toll fees are only $3.50 per two-axle car with discounts available for large groups and organizations. For full details, please see http://www.beachexpress.com/Content.aspx?p=toll/toll-rates.
"Orange Beach offers a fun, weekend getaway for families, military members and students packed with shopping, beach activities, fantastic restaurants, and great events like the upcoming Train and John Mayer concerts," states Quinn. "Why not take the Beach Express to get to the fun faster and save stress and gas in the process?"
For more information, please visit http://www.beachexpress.com, call 251-968-3415 or stop by the BEX plaza or office at 22867 Brown Lane, Orange Bch, Alabama, 36561.
Media Contact: Melanie Rembrandt, Rembrandt Communications , 800-PR1-0116, email@example.com
About The Beach Express
The Beach Express (BEX) is a toll road alternative to Highway 59 in Orange Beach, Alabama. Rather than wait for 25 stop lights in traffic, the BEX offers a safe, fast and convenient way to get you to your destination or relax at the beach. In fact, BEX is the fastest and easiest way to The Wharf and the beach area. BEX is also involved with numerous community events and charities and provides a first-impression for visitors to the local area. For additional information, please visit http://www.beachexpress.com or call 251-968-3415.
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