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Master’s Touch Tours Named Official Charter Provider For Arizona Sundogs

Posted on December 9, 2010 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

The motorcoach company will provide all bus transportation and service for the hockey team. The deal is a boost to local business.

PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. — MASTER’S TOUCH CHRISTIAN CHARTER SERVICE & TOURS, along with the ARIZONA SUNDOGS, agreed this week to terms with the Central Hockey League club, making Master’s Touch Tours the official charter coach company of the team.

Master’s Touch Tours has always been on the lookout for adding new customers and groups, especially in the quad-city area, and this agreement is one such example.

“Over the past few years we have been in talks with the Arizona Sundogs, but when we met with team president Jerry McBurney, things just seemed to fall into place,” said Warren Micale, owner of Master’s Touch Tours. The company just celebrated their 10-year anniversary of being in business in Prescott Valley, and looks at this agreement as proof of the company’s tireless dedication to the local community.

Micale agreed with McBurney that it helps Prescott Valley’s residents and workers when local businesses work together to keep things local.

“Everyone has told us that to be successful, we needed to be in Phoenix,” Micale added. “But I trust God, our staff, and our community. We’ve been here for 10 years, and we plan to be here for many more.”

Master’s Touch Tours is a full service tour and charter coach company located in Prescott Valley. The company travels throughout the lower 48 states and Canada and offers cruise tours to such places as Hawaii, Alaska, and the Caribbean.

Information: (866) 228-7874; www.MastersTouchTours.com.

Source: MASTER’S TOUCH CHRISTIAN CHARTER SERVICE & TOURS

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