Big League Tours debuts relationship designed to bring Reds fans the ultimate baseball experience at Redsfest
(INDIANAPOLIS — Nov. 30, 2010) – Big League Tours is partnering with the Cincinnati Reds and the Reds Community Fund to donate a 2011 tour and create a customized trip for Reds fans.
“The Cincinnati Reds and the Reds Community Fund are thrilled to partner with Big League Tours this year during our two-day “Redsfest” event,” said Charley Frank, Executive Director, Reds Community Fund. “The addition of the high-end ballpark and travel experience provided by Big League Tours will be a perfect fit at Redsfest, which is regarded as one of the top baseball fan festivals in the industry.”
Big League Tours has also created a special baseball tour for Reds fans. Dubbed the ‘Reds Roadtrip’, the tour will feature three games at Wrigley Field against the Cubs, player meet and greets, three nights hotel accommodations in downtown Chicago and transportation to and from the stadium all to ensure Reds fans have a unique experience.
This April, the Reds Community Fund will raffle a 2011 Reds road trip to Chicago donated by Big League Tours. Proceeds will benefit the baseball-themed outreach programs of the Reds Community Fund.
“I have always been a huge Reds fan,” said Glenn Dunlap, founder of Big League Tours. “It’s a special honor to partner with the Cincinnati Reds to offer this baseball vacation package and support the work of the Reds Community Fund.”
Not only will Big League Tours be selling the Reds Roadtrip at Redsfest, but they will also be giving away $500 gift certificates for 2011 tours in celebration of the new partnership.
About Big League Tours
Big League Tours was founded in 2006 by Glenn Dunlap to help fans of all ages experience baseball from a new perspective- from inside the game. Unlike other tour companies, Big League Tours not only takes care of the buses and games for a baseball tour, but also provides all the extras to turn tours into true sports vacations loaded with unique baseball-related events. For more information, visit Big League Tours at www.bigleaguetours.com.