New York, NY (PRWEB) July 31, 2014
Going where no football book has gone before, Sean MacDonalds vividly takes readers into every NFL stadium in the 2014 edition of “The Ultimate Football Road Trip” published by Mascot Books.
In 2013, MacDonald attended a game in all 32 NFL venues, while driving 20,353 miles over the entire 17-week season. Additionally, he added three playoff games and a trip to the Super Bowl to his impressive journey, making 36 games watched live in a season (13.4% of all NFL games played).
MacDonald, a New York-based Canadian, incorporated his experiences to create a sports travel guidebook that visits every professional gridiron. In each NFL market on the tour, he provides tips on how to score tickets to the stadium, what to eat, where to stay, local bars and attractions, and best routes to the next destination.
“The book doesn’t cover the teams; rather, it covers the venues and the cities. The reviews are designed to inform someone who is visiting a stadium for the first time so they can make the very most out of their sports dollar,” MacDonald said. “The Ultimate Football Road Trip tells readers what to expect in terms of fans and atmosphere, where to find some historical touches, the best food options, and other tips for bars and restaurants after the game.”
The sports travel guru is also a member of Club 122, an exclusive group of sports fans who have attended a game in all 122 professional “Big Four” (MLB, NFL, NBA, and NHL) stadiums. Next up will be trips to Minnesota and San Francisco to see two stadiums that were not in the league in 2013: TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis and Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.
The Ultimate Football Road Trip is available in e-book form for $4.99 on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Football-Road-Trip-MacDonald-ebook/dp/B00LT0E4C0 and on iBooks https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/ultimate-football-road-trip/id898279028?mt=11.
About the Author
Sean MacDonald grew up in Ottawa, Canada, with a love of all sports. Finding work in Japan brought forth a wanderlust that soon combined with his first love to form an addiction to sports travel. Sean spent the 2001 MLB season traveling to all 30 ballparks (and 36 minor league parks too) and spent the next decade traveling around the world to watch sports. In 2013, he returned to North America and immediately saw a game in all 32 NFL stadiums (Met Life counts twice). The result is his first book, the 2014 edition of the Ultimate Football Road Trip that will help other fans enjoy their own sports travel adventures.