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Support your Packers on the road with PFT!

Posted Nov 4, 2013

The bright lights of the Big Apple and the exciting vibe of Dallas are on the Packers’ horizon as they invade the strongholds of these rival NFC teams. Here’s your chance to support your team on the road for these and other critical road clashes yet this season.  And you can savor the excitement that only a PACKER FAN TOURS Road Package serves up as we’ve got some fantastic plans lined up that are sure to be memorable.

PACKER FAN TOURS has selected great hotels for each city in the heart of the action.  Join thousands of fellow Packer Fanatics as we take these cities by storm and cheer the Pack to victory.

Road Packages include game tickets and such amenities as pre-game tailgate parties, fan receptions, food & beverages, transfers, staffed hospitality stations and much more.  Combine exciting Packers football with the sights and sounds of these vibrant cities.  

We also have our “Packers Road Warrior” Packages with game tickets and Day-of-Game parties and festivities for those not needing lodging in selected Road cities.  Customized air is available from departure points around the world.

Support your Packers at Home AND ON THE ROAD, with our OFFICIAL PACKER FAN TOURS Packages.  For DETAILS and to ORDER CLICK HERE.
 
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