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Go for the Gold with Beverly Hills Cab Co.!

The inspiring stories of athletic prowess offered by the 2014 Winter Olympics and the transportation professionals at Beverly Hills Cab Co. are a winning combination.

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In Los Angeles, sports fans get to enjoy all the excitement of the Winter Olympics from the warm comfort of our city's many terrific sports bars. Better still, great sports bars like SmithHouse Tap & Grill, Biergarten, the always popular Big Wangs and many more can be reached quickly and safely with the cab service Los Angeles gives the gold to – Beverly Hills Cab Co. Often celebrated for their service as an airport taxi to LAX, Beverly Hills Cab Co. is certainly that, but they're also so much more. If you're looking for a Brentwood, Culver City or Hollywood cab, call upon the esteemed taxi company, and find you'll arrive at your destination so quickly, you'll feel like an Olympian in your own right!

Though the lead up to the Super Bowl in January often finds a number of thrilling rivalries for sports fans to enjoy, once the game is over (and this year, it was pretty much over as soon as it began!), February usually has little left to offer. This year is special, though, because 2014 is the year of the Winter Olympics in Sochi. While football season is behind us and baseball is still a couple months away, sports fans can enjoy the thrill of watching the world's best athletes compete in events as disparate as hockey and figure skating, ski-jumping, curling and even snowboarding at some of L.A.'s best and most storied sports bars.

The eastside of Hollywood has experienced a true resurgence in recent years, and this is perhaps nowhere more apparent than at Ye Rustic Inn. The classic, dark-wood bar has a classic, comfortable appeal to it, making it ideal for watching exciting ski jumps and chilly ice-skate races while enjoying toasty pub food with good friends. Best of all, the bar is within Beverly Hills Cab Co.'s expansive coverage area, which also extends all the way to Wilshire Center to Brentwood and even Westchester and LAX.  

Traffic on the Sunset Strip may lead many Los Angelenos to think twice before heading to West Hollywood and surrounding areas. Unfortunately, that stops many people from enjoying the great food, lively atmosphere and more than 60 televisions offered at Barney's Beanery. By leaving the driving to a talented Beverly Hills Cab Co. driver, though, you can sit back, relax and enjoy all your favorite sports without worrying about the responsibility of driving and parking in the highly populated area.

The Winter Olympics only come once every four years, and when they do, you'll want to make sure you can catch as many thrilling victories and shocking defeats as you can. Trust your travel to Beverly Hill Cab Co. this February, and you'll feel victorious in your own right! Call toll-free at 800-273-6611, or visit them online at www.beverlyhillscabco.com today.

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