Charlotte, N.C. (PRWEB) September 25, 2012
Broach Sports Tours has announced exciting air and motorcoach packages to Washington to see the showdown between the NFL’s two premier young quarterbacks when the Carolina Panthers face the Washington Redskins on Nov. 4.
The game will feature the Panthers’ Cam Newton, last year’s NFL offensive rookie of the year, against the Redskins’ Robert Griffin III, already the odds-on favorite to win the award this season. Newton won the Heisman Trophy two years ago, and Griffin was last year’s winner.
“Cam and RG3 are two of the most-exciting players in the NFL and there’s no telling what kind of offensive fireworks they will provide going head-to-head against each other,” Broach Sports Tours president Tom Broach said. “We think this will be one of the most-exciting games of the season. It’s a great opportunity for Panthers fans and Redskins fans alike throughout the Carolinas to spend a wonderful weekend in our Nation’s Capital and watch the fireworks.”
Broach Sports Tours, based in Charlotte, has designated this as its Panthers road trip of the year.
Both the air and motorcoach packages have Friday morning departures and return after the game on Sunday night.
The air package includes roundtrip airfare, game ticket, two nights hotel accommodations at the Hyatt Hyatt Crystal City, a full-day Saturday tour of the Nation’s Capital, a pregame tailgate party, plus Broach Sports Tours hosts.
The air package is priced at $695 per person double occupancy or $833 private.
The motorcoach package includes motorcoach transportation from Charlotte, Greensboro and Raleigh-Durham, game ticket, two nights hotel accommodations at the Hyatt Crystal City, a full-day Saturday tour of the Nation’s Capital, a pregame tailgate party, plus Broach Sports Tours hosts.
The motorcoach package is priced at $495 per person double occupancy and $633 private.
Both tours offer options on seat upgrades and a Saturday night college football viewing party at the Crystal City Sports Pub.
“Obviously we’re going there for football but one of the really neat things about the trip is the all-day tour of Washington on Saturday,” Broach said. “It includes the White House, the Capitol Building, the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, Arlington National Cemetery and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. And, we get there early enough on Friday for folks to have free time of their own to visit other landmarks if they wish.”
Broach Sports Tours has been a leader in the sports and group travel industry since 1995. It offers more than 30 Major League Baseball tours per year, along with tennis packages to all four Grand Slam tournaments, the Masters, the Super Bowl, the Kentucky Derby, the Daytona 500 and other top NASCAR Sprint Cup races.
For additional information, contact Melanie Hicks at 1-800-849-6345 or visit http://www.broachsportstours.com.