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Panthers, Primesport partner to offer fan travel packages


CHARLOTTE - The Carolina Panthers will continue their partnership with PrimeSport as the team's official fan travel partner.

PrimeSport's fan packages are available for all home and away games and can include game tickets with upgrades available, PrimeSport ticket holder and lanyard, discounts for merchandise, hotels, rental cars and much more.

"With the release of the schedule and the start of the season quickly approaching, we are excited to get back on the field and look forward to a successful 2012," said Carolina Panthers President Danny Morrison. "We know that our continued partnership with PrimeSport will provide our fans with great travel packages throughout the season."

For the ultimate fan looking to take their team spirit on the road and cheer on the Panthers, PrimeSport's fan travel game of the year is against the Washington Redskins on Nov. 4. Packages include a game ticket, scheduled airfare, PrimeSport ticket holder and lanyard, exclusive Panthers fan travel gift souvenir and pregame tailgate.

"We have built a reputation in the NFL as a reliable and dependable source for fan and corporate travel, and we look forward to delivering a unique experience to Panthers fans," said PrimeSport Chief Operating Officer Greg Nortman. "Leave the planning to us. We can deliver unforgettable and hassle-free experiences that fans and companies will remember for a lifetime."

Carolina Panthers fans interested in buying an official Panthers package for one of the designated games should go to or call PrimeSport at 800-591-9198.

PrimeSport is the leading global sports travel and event management company, offering tickets, corporate and fan travel packages, and hospitality events for corporations, professional sports teams and fans. Primesport has official partnerships with professional and college sports organizations, including multiple NFL teams and college bowl games, and is the official ticket and hospitality provider for selected NCAA Championships.

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