Broach Sports Tours Adds to Fleet With new Broach Coaches

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State-of-the-art motorcoaches will be used on Broach's Major League Baseball tours, and are also available to groups needing charter transportation

They are without question the nicest buses available in the Carolinas.

Broach Sports Tours has unveiled its new “Broach Coach” charter bus operation, president Tom Broach has announced.

The Charlotte-based company has added to its fleet with the purchase of several new 2012 Setra Mercedes deluxe 56-seat motorcoaches. The motorcoaches will be used during Broach Sports Tours’ various Major League Baseball tours throughout the summer and are also available to groups wishing to charter their own trips.

“We’re very excited about these new Broach Coaches,” Broach said. “With all the amenities, they are without question the nicest buses available in the Carolinas.”

The new Broach Coaches are equipped with satellite reception and flat-screen televisions, power outlets at each seat, Wi-Fi, leather head rests and tinted glass roofs.

Broach said that the satellite television possibilities are endless.

“On our baseball tours, we’ll be able to watch Baseball Tonight as we go from the stadium to the hotel after the game,” Broach said. “Imagine seeing a game at Yankee Stadium and then watching the highlights on the trip back to the hotel.

“Or, let’s say a business group needs to charter one of our Broach Coaches for a function. Everyone would be able to watch the various business networks while en route.”

Broach also boasts a group of top-flight drivers and hosts to ensure that every trip is safe and enjoyable.

“More important than the coach you ride in is the individual in charge of the ride,” Broach said. “Our drivers are specially selected to ensure a safe and smooth ride. They are all polished in appearance and professional and courteous in manner. You will be impressed.”

Broach Sports Tours has 27 various Major League Baseball tours scheduled this summer, starting in early June.

The packages range from weekend getaways to Atlanta, New York, Boston and Washington, to 12-day deluxe East Coast and West Coast tours. During the course of the summer, various tours will visit all 30 Major League stadiums. New York and Boston packages often also include visits to Cooperstown and the Baseball Hall of Fame.

New for 2012 is a Florida baseball tour that includes games at the Miami Marlins’ new stadium.

Broach Sports Tours also specializes in tennis tours to all four Grand Slam events, golf trips to the Masters and U.S. Open, plus annual events such as the Kentucky Derby.

For more information, contact Melanie Hicks at 800-849-6345 or visit http://www.broachsportstours.com or http://www.BaseballToursUSA.com.

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