SONY OPEN TENNIS
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Ticket packages for the 2014 Sony Open are now on sale. Purchase your tickets today and have the best seats in the house as the greatest players in the world descend on the Crandon Tennis Center to battle for one of the most prestigious titles on tour.
The 2014 Sony Open is scheduled for March 17-30 and will once again be the hottest ticket in town. With ticket packages starting at just $132 the Sony Open will once again be the place-to-be in Miami.
Last year more than 300,000 guests visited the event.
Experience first-hand why the biggest names in music, entertainment and sports visit the Sony Open each spring. Whether it is LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Kim Kardashian or Owen Wilson you never know who you may bump into on the tournament grounds.
The Sony Open offers a full day of entertainment. Enjoy the beautiful Miami weather, stop by one of our high-end retail stores, spend time with friends at one of our many lounge areas, try some of our diverse food options or hang around the entertainment stage to listen to live musical performances.
Even if you are not a tennis fan there is always something for you to enjoy on the tournament grounds.
In addition to ticket packages the Sony Open has a limited number of Patron Sponsorships available. These highly sought after sponsorships do not become available often and include the best seats in the house for all Stadium sessions, one Crandon parking pass for every two seats purchased, Patron listing at the front entrance, box seat name identification and six vouchers for meals at the Champions Club presented by ITAU. These seats won’t be available long so call today.
Vacation Packages are also on sale. If you are planning a trip to Miami for the Sony Open then let us take care of your hotel and ticket arrangements at one low price. Packages are inclusive for two (2) guests, which includes three nights at one of our partner properties, plus tickets to the sessions of your choice for the 2014 Sony Open.
Don’t miss any of the action. Secure your seats for 2014 and watch the best players in the world as they battle on the purple courts for one of the most coveted titles on tour.
For more information go to www.SonyOpenTennis.com or call the Sony Open ticket office at 305-442-3367.
ABOUT THE SONY OPEN: The 2014 Sony Open will be played March 17-30 at the Crandon Tennis Center in Miami. The two-week combined event is owned and operated by IMG. The Sony Open is one of nine ATP Masters 1000 Series events on the ATP calendar, a Premier Mandatory event on the WTA calendar, and features the top men's and women's tennis players in the world. In 2013 Andy Murray defeated David Ferrer for his second Sony Open title, while Serena Williams knocked off Maria Sharapova to capture her record sixth title in Miami. For ticket information, call (305) 442-3367 or visit the website at www.SonyOpenTennis.com
ABOUT SONY MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS: Sony Mobile Communications is a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Sony Corporation, a leading global innovator of audio, video, game, communications, key device and information technology products for both the consumer and professional markets. Through its Xperia™ smartphone portfolio, Sony Mobile Communications delivers the best of Sony technology, premium content and services, and easy connectivity to Sony’s world of networked entertainment experiences. For more information: www.sonymobile.com
ABOUT IMG: IMG Worldwide is a global sports, entertainment and media business, with nearly 3,000 employees operating in 30 countries around the globe. IMG’s areas of expertise are diverse and wide ranging: IMG College; IMG’s Joint Ventures in China, Brazil and India; IMG Media; IMG Events and Federations; IMG Fashion; IMG Models; IMG Art+Commerce; IMG Clients; IMG Academies; IMG Consulting and IMG Licensing. More information is available at www.imgworld.com.
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