Charlotte, N.C. (PRWEB) October 16, 2012
Race fans can choose from the 5-night Daytona Beach package to the popular 3-night Gold VIP package to the more economical Deluxe package, which starts as low as $575 per person double occupancy.
There are also options for race fans who already have their own tickets and just need hotel accommodations and/or transportation to and from the race track.
The 2013 season-opening race is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013 at Daytona International Raceway.
“We have several different options and when you add them all up, there’s a package to fit any race fan’s needs,” Broach said. “We always have an interesting mix of race fans, from the die-hard fans who are with us every year to fans who are experiencing Daytona for the first time.
“It’s the biggest race of the year and it’s definitely a weekend that every sports fan should experience at least once.”
The most popular package is the Gold VIP package. It includes roundtrip motorcoach transportation from Charlotte with pickups in Raleigh and Columbia, S.C.; three nights’ hotel accommodations at the Hampton Inn Jacksonville I-95 South; transfers to the track each day; tickets in the Roberts and Weatherly Towers for Saturday’s Nationwide race and Sunday’s Daytona 500; Continental breakfast daily; pre-race brunch and hospitality; admission to the Nextel Fan Zone; program and pre-race pit pass, with a Broach Sports Tours host. That package is priced at $1195 per person double occupancy and $1340 private.
Deluxe packages start at $575 per person double occupancy and include roundtrip motorcoach transportation from Charlotte with pickups in Raleigh and Columbia, S.C.; three nights hotel accommodations at the Hampton Inn Jacksonville I-95 South; transfers to the track each day; and options on a variety of tickets for Saturday’s Nationwide race and Sunday’s Daytona 500, plus a Broach Sports Tours host.
The 5-night Daytona Beach package includes hotel accommodations at either the Tropical Winds (oceanfront) or the Holiday Inn Express (across from track), Tower seats for both the Nationwide race and Daytona 500, shuttles to and from the track, and more, with options to add tickets for Thursday’s Twin 125s and Friday’s truck race. That package starts at $1850 per person double occupancy.
Broach Sports Tours, located in Charlotte, has been a leader in the sports and group travel industry since 1995. It also specializes in Major League Baseball tours, tennis tours and golf travel packages which also include the Masters, U.S. Open and Ryder Cup. It has taken groups to Daytona since 1996 and prides itself in repeat business.
For more information, contact Melanie Hicks at 1-800-849-6345 or visit http://www.NascarToursUSA.com.