Penn State is always a powerful draw for bowl games and this one figures to be special as legendary coach Joe Paterno returns from injury.
So if you have not done so, NOW is the time to make your arrangements to head to Tampa. And there is no easier way to do that than with our FightOnState.com Tour Packages, which take all of the hassle out of the process.
With one stop at our bowl sign-up page (See The Secure Order Page Here.) Or one call to our partners at Premiere Sports Travel (800-924-9993), you can arrange EVERYTHING you need for the trip to Florida. We have limited space this year so do not hesitate.
And please note we will be staying ONE BLOCK from the team hotel this year.
Our tour packages feature the following:
- 3 night accommodations at the Sheraton Riverwalk Hotel (One block from Penn State Team Hotel)
- Check in Saturday, Dec. 30, Check out Tuesday, Jan. 2
- Section 207 or 214 ticket to the 2007 Outback Bowl (Penn State side)
- Roundtrip Deluxe Game Day Transfers
- Pre-game Hospitality Party
- Official Outback Bowl Souvenir
- Shuttle to the Penn State Outback Bowl Pep Rally
- Roundtrip Airport Transfers
- Luggage Handling
- Premiere Sports Travel credential holder
- Premiere Sports Travel staff on-site to assist you
- All taxes and gratuities included
- Deduct Game Ticket from the package for $75 per person
The best news is you get all of this for one low price with one online stop or one quick phone call.
No hours spent searching for overpriced holiday flights; no rushing to find a quality hotel room before the rest of the Nittany Nation scrambles to make its plans; no worrying about the super-expensive car-rental rates in Tampa; no fighting for tickets in the Penn State section of the stadium.
Just book a tour then show up at the airport. We'll handle everything from there.
Last season, FightOnState.com and Premiere Sports Travel sent nearly 400 customers to the Orange Bowl, and the reviews were overwhelmingly positive.
This game features several intriguing storylines, led, of course, by the projected return to the field of the legendary Paterno. Paterno, who had surgery to repair a broken left leg and torn knee ligaments sustained in a game at Wisconsin earlier this season, was not allowed on the field for PSU's final two regular season home games while recovering from the surgery.
It will also be the final game of a strong group of seniors, led, of course, by All-American linebacker Paul Posluszny.
Conference bragging rights will also be on the line. Though Penn State's only losses this year were to teams currently ranked in the top eight of the BCS standings, critics point to the Big Ten as being top-heavy, with only Ohio State, Michigan and Wisconsin capable of competing with the best of the rest of the nation.
The Nittany Lions aim to put that theory to rest against an SEC power. And face it; you want to be there when it happens.
Get in on the action now: See The Secure Order Page Here. Or by calling 800.924.9993.