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The Auto "Bond" of the Otto Club

Posted: Feb. 12th, 2007  |  By JustLuxe TeamThe Affluent Lifestyle Guide
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Luxury Auto Clubs: The Otto Club, which is located in Boston, Massachusetts, is a private club for extreme car enthusiasts whose singular vehicular objective is to drive as many of the world's most exotic, luxurious, and unique automobiles as possible. For far less than the yearly expense of maintaining just one premium vehicle, members of the OC have numerous options at their disposal year round.

Depending on the level of membership selected, members can have up to 60 days of driving Ferraris, Aston Martins, Porsches, Maseratis, Lamborghinis, Bentleys and more. This is a very affordable alternative to owning or renting even one of these vehicles. There are two levels of private and corporate memberships available. Private membership plans offer packages of 20 to 30 days (Red level) and 40 to 60 days (Black level), respectively. Corporate membership plans offer 30 to 50 days and 60 to 100 days of access to the club's fleet of dream cars. For those interested in either presenting a gift to someone special or giving the club a preliminary test drive, gift memberships are available, too. Black-level members who have belonged to the Otto Club for two years are invited to the Lamborghini Winter Driving Academy. It is a great perk.

Additional benefits of membership to the Otto Club include: free delivery up to 75 miles from the club; unlimited mileage with personal memberships; complimentary storage and cleaning of member's personal vehicle while using a club car; a co-membership for a friend, a spouse, or a family member, and VIP valet parking at over 50 area restaurants and hotels. The club also sponsors social events throughout the year so members can matriculate and establish friendships with like-minded car lovers.

The nomenclature of the club is a purposeful tribute to Mr. Nicolaus Otto, who, in 1876, built the first actual four-stroke engine.

For LxM James Rothaar

Company: The Otto Club
Business: Private car club
Location: Boston, MA
Web site: www.theottoclub.com
Contact: (888) OTTO-CLUB / info@theottoclub.com
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