U.S. Soccer Announces Partnership with OleOle.com for Travel Packages to MNT Matches
CHICAGO (June 26, 2007) – U.S. Soccer has partnered with OleOle.com to offer all inclusive packages to follow the U.S. Men’s National Team in Venezuela and at upcoming matches in Europe throughout 2007. The deal comes on the eve of the USA’s participation in the 2007 Copa America in Venezuela, which kicks off for the United States on Thursday evening against Argentina in Maracaibo, Venezuela.
Following a strong showing from U.S. fans at last summer’s FIFA World Cup, the USA’s supporters have once again showed their loyalty by requesting information about travel packages to the 2007 Copa America in Venezuela. To address this demand OleOle.com, also the official Copa America 2007 hospitality partner, has become the exclusive travel package provider to the U.S. Men’s National Team. In addition to Copa America packages, OleOle.com is offering travel and hospitality to the U.S. MNT’s upcoming international matches in Sweden, Switzerland and Spain later this year.
As the official travel partner for the U.S. Men’s National Team, OleOle.com will provide exclusive travel packages to both corporate buyers and individuals, offering fans easy access to the Men’s National Team for all upcoming matches on foreign soil.
Packages include hotel, event tickets, transportation to and from the matches and a courteous staff available to answer questions. For more information on the various packages that are available, please visit http://www.oleole.com/ticketpackages.
OleOle.com is a leading provider of travel packages for major soccer competitions around the world.
“OleOle.com is committed to making it easy for fans to take pride in American soccer. Our partnership with the U.S. Soccer Federation encourages people to support the Men’s National Team in person as they travel the globe,” said Doug Knittle, founder of OleOle.com. “This is just one of an assortment of offerings from OleOle.com that gives people access to premier soccer events worldwide, whether they are actually on location at the matches or connecting with other fans on the site.”