Broach Sports Tours Combines MLB All-Star Game With Regular Season Tours

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Fans can attend All-Star Game plus visit Yankee Stadium, Fenway Park, Cooperstown and More; Discounts Available Through March 15

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Broach Sports Tours is pleased to announce four distinct Major League Baseball Tours that center around the 2013 Major League All-Star Game at Citi Field in New York.

    The variety ranges from a four-day package that includes the All-Star Game and Home Run Contest all the way to an 11-day MLB All-Star Grand Baseball Tour that includes the All-Star Game plus six other games at venues including Fenway Park and Yankee Stadium.

    Fans signing up for any of the tours can receive a discount of up to $300 per person for booking before March 15.

    Broach Sports Tours president Tom Broach said that having this year’s All-Star Game in New York presents opportunities that baseball fans don’t usually have. Last year, for example, the All-Star Game was played in Kansas City.

    “A lot of years, depending on where the All-Star Game is, it’s impossible to do a tour that combines the All-Star Game with other regular-season games,” Broach said. “But this year plays out perfectly. Fans can catch the All-Star Game AND go to Cooperstown, Yankee Stadium, Fenway Park and all their favorites on the East Coast.

    “The fact that fans can save up to $300 by registering before March 15 makes these packages even more attractive and affordable.”

    The All-Star Game package by itself includes three nights hotel accommodations at the choice of the Doubletree Hotel Newark Airport or the Millennium Hotel UN Plaza in Manhattan, plus tickets to Fan Fest, Monday’s Home Run Contest and Tuesday’s All-Star Game. Prices start at $1788 per person double occupancy. For this package, fans have the option of a $300 discount or free airfare if booked by March 15.

    The MLB All-Star Grand Baseball Tour runs July 12-22, with a deluxe Broach Coach motorcoach leaving from Charlotte, Raleigh and Baltimore. The lineup includes Toronto at Baltimore on July 12, Chicago White Sox at Philadelphia on July 13, Minnesota at the New York Yankees on July 14, the Home Run Contest on July 15, the All-Star Game on July 16, a free day in Manhattan on July 17 with options for Broadway plays, the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown on July 18, New York Yankees at Boston on July 19, Philadelphia at New York Mets on July 20, and Los Angeles Dodgers at Washington on July 21, returning to Raleigh and Charlotte on July 22.

    That tour also includes city tours of Boston, Washington, Philadelphia and New York, plus tours of Fenway Park and Yankee Stadium.

    Cost for that spectacular itinerary starts at $3250 per person double occupancy, minus the $300 per person discount if booked before March 15.

    Fans wishing for shorter tours can take the All-Star New York Loop Baseball Tour, which starts on July 14 with Minnesota at the New York Yankees and runs through July 20, or the Turnpike All-Star Tour which starts with Toronto at Baltimore on July 12 and ends on July 17. Cost for the New York Loop Tour starts at $2850 per person double occupancy, and price of the Turnpike Tour starts at $2150 per person double occupancy – both minus the $300 discount for booking by March 15.

    Broach Sports Tours, based in Charlotte, N.C., has been a leader in the sports and group travel industry for the past 21 years. It specializes in Major League Baseball tours, with 27 various tours in 2013 visiting all 32 Major League stadiums.

    It also offers golf travel packages to the Masters and Ryder Cup, tennis travel pacakges to the French Open, Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, and 15 different NASCAR races.

    Broach Sports Tours also offers its Broach Coach motorcoach service for church groups or other groups looking to book private trips.

    For more information, contact Melanie Smith at 1-800-849-6345, or visit our website at http://www.broachsportstours.com.

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