Party like a Gronkstar

Rockstar Limo is bringing the Gronk Bus experience to fans all across New England


Rockstar Limo, part of All Occasion Transportation and O2 Global Chauffeured Services Inc, is proud to announce their partnership with New England Patriots’ tight end, Rob Gronkowski and his Gronk Bus. Growing up, Gronk always said that when he made it big he would have his very own limo bus, and he did just that. Now, the Gronkowski family and Rockstar Limo are bringing the Gronk Bus experience to fans all across New England.

The Gronk’s have designed a 25 passenger Ford 550 party bus that can be rented out for parties, tailgates, weddings, birthdays, and any other event you want to show up to and make a statement. The bus was completely designed and customized by the Gronkowski family. The inside of the Gronk Bus is fully loaded with amenities, limo styled perimeter seating, Patriots theme, and Gronk gear that you will not find anywhere else. Backlit glass etchings of Rob, a scoreboard with the Patriots Seahawks Super Bowl score and real football leather on the ceiling that surrounds and illuminated football field were designed into the bus to ensure there was no mistaking whose bus clients are on.

John Olinger, President & CEO of Rockstar Limo, says; “Partnering with Rob Gronkowski was an amazing opportunity that we couldn’t pass up. Rockstar limo is all about letting your hair down, making a statement, and having some fun. Who better does that in New England than Rob Gronkowski!”

If you are true New England sports fan this will be the ultimate experience for you. Gronk wants to let the fans in on the fun, so book your Gronk voyage now.

To learn more about rockstar limo and the Gronk Bus contact Mark McLaughlin at 401-619-3000 ext 132 or or visit the website at


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