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Missouri football bowl travel packages available before game site announced

Friday, December 2, 2011 | 8:33 p.m. CST

COLUMBIA — Travel packages to the Missouri football team's bowl game site — yet to be announced — were made available on Friday.

Missouri fans can register through MizzouSportsTravel.com to receive information by email about travel packages once the bowl game is announced Sunday, the Missouri Athletics Department and Mizzou Alumni Association announced in a press release.

The website is run by Premiere Global Sports and Intrepid Marketing Group in partnership with the athletic department and alumni association. It also provides packages to the The Masters Golf Tournament and the Kentucky Derby.

Bowl travel packages available through the Mizzou Sports Travel offer several options that could include flights, hotel accommodations, game transfers, admission to official Missouri pregame events and first-class amenities.

Why sign up early, before the bowl site is announced?

"It's a little bit more convenient," Torrey Winchester, a spokeswoman for Intrepid Marketing Group, said. "All the information comes to you."


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