We thought it would be a good idea to tell folks about the "Big League Tours Difference" on our website. So, we changed our home page completely by adding video clips that have Glenn Dunlap and I describing four of our Big League Tours exclusives. If you have been thinking about purchasing a tour, but aren't sure what makes a Big League Tours baseball vacation better than the others, then please check out our new home page. We aren't video pro's, but we think it's a great way for folks to learn about our business. Here's the link to the home page:
Our Holiday Promotion continues through the end of the year. You can get 5%, or an extra free room night when you book your Multi-City Tour by Dec. 31. Please call or email with any questions. Here's the link to our Multi-City Tour page.
Last week, Glenn Dunlap was featured on the Inside Indiana Business television program. The program plays all over the state highlighting the businesses that make Indiana their home. Glenn and host, Gerry Dick, discuss our luxury baseball tours as well as our company history. Thanks to everyone at Inside Indiana Business for putting it together. Gerry and his staff have been extremely supportive of Big League Tours since the beginning. Just click the video link to see the interview after a short promo for Inside Indiana Business.
The Full East Coast- Touch 'em All Out East is the baseball tour that most fans dream of taking. It includes ballgames in Citizens Bank Park, Nationals Park, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Yankee Stadium, Citi Field, Fenway Park, as well as, a day trip to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. This year, though, we thought, "What if someone wants to see some of these stadiums, but can't do the whole tour?" And that's how we came up with the four different East Coast options in June.
The second option is the Hall of Fame Tour 2. We always offer Hall of Fame Tours, and this trip is essentially the second part of the East Coast Tour. It will start in NYC and include games at Yankee Stadium, Citi Field, and Fenway Park. Plus the day trip to Cooperstown. Check out the informational video for the HoF 2 Tour below:
With the new Atlantic Beltway, as well as, the other tours offered on the East Coast, we think we have the best selection of trips in the business. All of our Multi-City Tours include lower level infield seats at every game; luxury hotel accommodations in the heart of the city or near the ballpark; a Big League Tours MLB Player Experience; Stadium Tours; a BLT Tour Host on site; all transportation while on the tour; and lots of Big League Tours extras. We hope you will join us in 2013.
It’s time to reevaluate your baseball bucket list and start planning for the 2013 season! Big League Tours has made it easy to tour as many ballparks as possible with our Multi-City tour packages, built for any baseball enthusiast!
Looking for a baseball trip to the West Coast? East Coast? How about the Midwest? You’ll find 17 Multi-City tours taking you to cities like Boston, Miami, Chicago and over to California to see San Francisco, San Diego and Los Angeles.
Join us on our East Coast baseball tour where you’ll see 12 teams, six ballparks AND the National Baseball Hall of Fame, all in eight days! What makes our tours so special is that you’ll be engulfed with baseball action and still have time to explore in Boston, New York and Washington D.C.
Already visited the East Coast Stadiums? Maybe these tours are what you need to complete your bucket list: