Baseball Tours Offer Meaningful Father’s Day Gift for Generations of Baseball Fans
May 12, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports NewsEvery year, sons and daughters struggle with finding a unique yet meaningful Fatherís Day gift for their dads. For the baseball or sports fan, baseball tour company Big League Tours offers the opportunity to give a gift that dads can appreciate and allows all generations to experience. On a Big League Tours baseball tour, dads and their families tour some of the greatest baseball stadiums, watch thrilling baseball games, and meet MLB legends in person.
As an avid baseball fan, with a father and son who love and live the game of baseball, Glenn Dunlap loves seeing generations bond while enjoying one of Americaís favorite pastimes. He started Big League Tours in 2006 because he felt baseball tour companies needed to offer more than just tickets to the game.
Big League Tours is offering several tours for the 2007 season. Each baseball tour includes:
· Field-level baseball tickets
· An exclusive meet-and-greet with a former MLB player
· Some baseball stadium tours and practice sessions
· Hotel accommodations
· Ground transportation
Per-person prices start at $500, with custom baseball tours available upon request. Individuals can also purchase gift certificates to apply toward a custom or packaged baseball tour.
The 2007 baseball trips include visits to these cities:
· Kansas City
· New York
· St. Louis
The baseball tours offer opportunities to see the following teams:
· Boston Red Sox
· Chicago Cubs
· Chicago White Sox
· Cincinnati Reds
· Cleveland Indians
· Colorado Rockies
· Detroit Tigers
· Kansas City Royals
· Milwaukee Brewers
· New York Mets
· New York Yankees
· St. Louis Cardinals
· Toronto Blue Jays
Those interested in booking a baseball tour can contact Big League Tours: (866) 619-1748, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://www.bigleaguetours.com for package information and applications. Fans can also sign up for special offers and baseball trip updates, and receive information about upcoming baseball tours.