Broach Sports Tours Plans to Follow Carolina Panthers Throughout NFL Playoffs

Tickets are available for all playoff home games, and travel packages will be available for all potential away games, all the way to the Super Bowl in New York on Feb. 2

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We took 643 fans to the Super Bowl in Houston back in 2004, so we are well-versed in taking large numbers of Panthers fans on the road.

Charlotte, N.C. (PRWEB) December 31, 2013

The Carolina Panthers are headed to the NFL playoffs and Broach Sports Tours will be with them every step of the way.

Broach Sports Tours president Tom Broach has announced that tickets to all Panthers home playoff games are currently available, and trips are planned to any potential away playoff games.

“We’re planning to follow the Panthers all the way to the Super Bowl,” Broach said. “We took 643 fans to the Super Bowl in Houston back in 2004 so we are well-versed in taking large numbers of Panthers fans on the road, and we are dedicated to making this year’s playoff run an experience to remember.”

Broach Sports Tours has sold tickets for all Panthers home games this season, and has taken groups to Arizona, San Francisco, Miami and Atlanta.

The Panthers clinched the NFC South division title on Sunday and are the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs. That means they will receive a first-round bye and then will be at home on Sunday, Jan. 12, for their second-round game against either San Francisco, Green Bay, Philadelphia or New Orleans.

Broach Sports Tours is offering tickets in all categories for the second-round game by calling 704-365-6500.

Depending on how the brackets play out, the Panthers could host the NFC championship game on Sunday, Jan. 19, or else they would play at top-seeded Seattle on that date if both teams won their second-round games.

Then the Super Bowl is scheduled for the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, N.J., on Sunday, Feb. 2.

“This is the first time the Super Bowl has been held in the New York and there’s no question they’re going to do it up big,” Broach said. “There are all sorts of potential storylines. If the Panthers make it and face the Denver Broncos, it’ll be the Panthers against old coach John Fox. If the Panthers make it and face the New England Patriots, it’ll be a rematch of 2004.”

Broach Sports Tours, based in Charlotte, has been a leader in the group and sports travel industry for the past 21 years. It takes more than 25 Major League Baseball tours each summer and also specializes in Masters, U.S. Open and Ryder Cup golf packages, and Wimbledon, French Open, U.S. Open and Australian Open tennis packages.

BST will also be hitting the Big Apple the week after the Super Bowl for the Westminster Dog Show.

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


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