Branson Trip

Branson Trip

 

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“A December To Remember”
In Kansas and Branson!
December 8th – 12th, 2014

Celebrate the season of Christmas…before Christmas with KICD Radio!  This is one of our most popular trips!  It will fill up fast, sign up today.  Included in this tour…

  • Self-guided tours of Hallmark Visitor Center and Titanic Museum
  • Town & Country highlights of Branson tour
  • Driving Tour of Branson area Festival of Lights
  • Reserved seats for FIVE top-rated Branson Christmas shows
  • Four nights superior grade hotel (room & tax)
  • Nine meals (food, non-alcoholic drink, tax & tip; 4 breakfasts; 1 reception; 4 dinners)
  • Hawkeye luxury coach and professional, uniformed driver
  • CD 107.7 personality Rhonda Wedeking will host the trip
  • Luggage handling (limit to one suitcase per passenger not exceeding 50 pounds)

Trip Price:
$975 per person – double or twin occupancy
$1,125 per person – single occupancy
$945 per person – triple or quadruple occupancy

DEPOSIT - $250 per person due at time of booking (no reservation without deposit)
FINAL PAYMENT - Must be payed in full by October 24, 2014 (NO refunds after date)

For more information, to make reservations or to receive more information contact KICD’s Jo Klooster at 1-800-232-1240.  Tour cancellation & interruption insurance is optional.  Inquire for more details.

 

 

 

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