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USA v England, Chicago, 28 May 2005

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USA v England, Chicago, 28 May 2005

Postby Kay » Thu 12 May 2005 08:04 GMT

I thought this press release might be of interest to some of you.

USA V ENGLAND CHICAGO MAY 28TH 2005

British Expat Ticket Allocation, Expat Pre Match Party and more

Brits In America have secured 250 prime tickets for the USA V England football international in Chicago on May 28th 2005. The tickets are located in Section 105 of Old Soldier Field which is located adjacent to the England bench. They are exclusively available to British Expats and their friends at http://www.britsinamerica.com

The tickets are combined in a package which includes exclusive entry to a British Expat Pre-Match Party offering a complimentary bar from 9am on match day, a free brunch buffet, British music and fun. Spot prizes will be given away throughout the morning.

Guests at the pre-match party will be bused to the ground in plenty of time to soak up the unique atmosphere in the ground, and for kick-off which is scheduled for 2.pm central time.

Once in the ground, the party goers will be sitting among 250 of their fellow British Expats, and the party will continue until the final whistle blows. After the game, buses will be available to ferry guests back to Downtown Chicago.

Exclusive discounted hotel rates have been negotiated for British Expats attending the game and pre-match party. The Chicago Sheraton Hotel and Towers for this busy Memorial Weekend fixture. The cost of a room for one night is $129 a whopping discount of $100 on the advertised rate of $229.

The entire package is being offered for $125 and can be booked by phone on 612 242 0603

Ray O'Donnell, the Chicago Operations Manager for Brits In America stated:

'Tickets like ours are going for crazy money on the internet, we are glad to offer British Expats this wonderful opportunity at what we believe is a reasonable and fair price."
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