Fans love Yankee Stadium and Fenway Park, so we're giving them more opportunities than ever to experience the thrill of being there.
Charlotte, N.C. (PRWEB) May 14, 2012
Broach Sports Tours has added more variety to its lineup of Major League Baseball travel packages for 2012, president Tom Broach announced.
In particular, baseball fans have more options than ever on trips to Yankee Stadium and trips to Fenway Park. No fewer than 11 of Broach’s 27 baseball tours for the 2012 season are highlighted by games in New York and/or Boston.
“Fans love Yankee Stadium and Fenway Park, so we’re giving them more opportunities than ever to experience the thrill of being there,” Broach said. “Of course, we have travel packages to all 30 Major League stadiums this summer, but there’s something extra special about our trips to New York and Boston.”
The variety ranges from weekend getaways to New York and Boston to 12-day Deluxe Northeast packages. Fans usually ride on Broach’s new Broach Coaches – state-of-the-art 56-passenger motorcoaches – on most trips, but also have the option to fly on some trips.
The headliner is the 12-day Deluxe Northeast Tour package, which runs from June 29-July 9. The trip starts in Baltimore, then heads on to New York for two Yankees games, on to Pittsburgh, then on to Cleveland (with a visit to the Pro Football Hall of Fame), then on to Detroit, Toronto, Cooperstown for the Baseball Hall of Fame, then on to Boston and finally back to New York for a Mets game.
Broach’s Turnpike Tour runs Aug. 17-22, starting in Washington, then going to New York for two Yankees games and one Mets game, then ending in Philadelphia.
Broach’s Classic Northeast Mini-Tour runs July 17-23. It starts in Washington, goes on to New York for a Yankees game, on to Boston, back through Cooperstown, back to New York for a Mets game, and ends in Philadelphia.
Broach’s New York and Boston Loop Tour runs July 18-22, starting in New York with a Yankees game, then heading up to Boston, back through Cooperstown and ending in New York with a Mets game.
Broach’s Back to the Future Tour runs Aug. 18-21, with one game in Washington, then two in New York – one Yankees game, one Mets game.
The fly tours include a weekend set between the Braves and Red Sox in Boston June 22-24, and a weekend set between the Red Sox and Yankees in New York Aug. 17-20.
Broach has even come up with a Yankee Stadium-U.S. Open tennis package for those wishing to combine baseball and tennis over Labor Day weekend, Sept. 3-6. Fans have the option of seeing two Yankees games and spend one day at the U.S. Open, or spend two days at tennis and see one Yankees game.
“We all love New York,” Broach said. “And I think it’s important to point out that these trips are far more than just going to the ballpark. We offer guided tours of Manhattan, trips to Ground Zero and the Statue of Liberty, and on most trips we have lunch at Mickey Mantle’s Restaurant on the edge of Central Park.”
For more information, contact Melanie Hicks at 800-849-6345 or visit http://www.BaseballToursUSA.com.