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American Family Fields
Departs: March 8th, 2020 Tour Dates & Pricing
There’s no better way to ‘think spring’ than experiencing Milwaukee baseball in the Arizona sunshine. Join fellow Milwaukee baseball fans in your area on this exciting spring training getaway with tickets to four games: Seattle at Milwaukee, Milwaukee at Kansas City, Milwaukee at Los Angeles (Southern California), and Colorado at Milwaukee. Spend five nights at the luxurious Embassy Suites Phoenix Scottsdale, an all-suite hotel with daily complementary cooked-to-order breakfast and evening manager’s receptions. We’ll also go on a Phoenix city tour, explore Old Town Scottsdale, and visit the Heard Museum for Native American Art & Culture with plenty of free time to make the most of your days under the warm Arizona sun.
Hosted By: Dale Ryman
NewsChannel 7 Anchor/Reporter
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Day 1 : Fly to Phoenix
We fly to the desert warmth of Phoenix, Arizona. The area’s ideal Southwest temperatures make it the perfect place for a round of golf or a dip in our hotel’s outdoor pool. Our superb accommodations for the next five nights are at the Embassy Suites Phoenix Scottsdale.
Day 2 : Seattle at Milwaukee
We begin each day with a delicious breakfast.
After a leisurely morning we enjoy a special Holiday Vacations Welcome Lunch at Bluewater Grill, known for its fresh and sustainable seafood located in Phoenix’s Camelback Corridor and on the site of the city’s former fish market.
Tonight's baseball adventure takes us to Milwaukee’s spring training facility American Family Fields of Phoenix in an exciting game versus Seattle.
Day 3 : Milwaukee at Kansas City
After breakfast we join our fellow baseball fans for a guided tour of Phoenix. Phoenix started as a simple farming community in the 1860s and is now the fifth largest city in the United States.
Afterwards we depart for sunny Surprise, Arizona to watch the boys of summer swing for the fences against Kansas City.
In the evening we enjoy time on our own in Old Town Scottsdale, a popular shopping and dining district packed with Southwestern charm that evokes images of the Old West.
Day 4 : Milwaukee at Los Angeles (Southern California)
After another delicious cooked-to-order breakfast we visit the Heard Museum for Native American Art & Culture. Here you will see a collection of Kachina dolls, an iconic symbol in the Hopi culture. These dolls are given to those who are or will be responsible for the respectful care and well-being of the doll.
Later, we’re off to Camelback Ranch in Glendale to experience Milwaukee play Los Angeles (Southern California). Enjoy Arizona’s warm spring weather as we watch the game.
Day 5 : Colorado at Milwaukee
Take a leisurely morning to relax at our hotel and enjoy the surroundings.
In the afternoon we return to American Family Fields of Phoenix for our final baseball game where we watch Milwaukee play against Colorado.
Tonight we reminisce on the week’s sports highlights during a Holiday Vacations Farewell Dinner with our new friends.
Day 6 : Fly Home
We return home with memories of our spectacular Arizona vacation.
March 8th, 2020 - March 13th, 2020
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Final Payment Date: 01/23/2020
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Marshfield, WI - Holiday Inn & Conv. Center
Merrill, WI - Walmart
Stevens Point, WI - Dunham's Sports
Wausau, WI - The Plaza Hotel & Suites
Wisconsin Rapids, WI - Walmart Supercenter
Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN - MSP International Airport
Dale joined NewsChannel 7 in April 2007 as weekend sports anchor and reporter. He was named the station’s sports director in May 2009 and was promoted to WZAW FOX at Nine anchor in November 2017.
Since making the move to the newsroom, Dale has started a popular series called, “You Know You’re From…” highlighting people, places or things that are unique to a community.
Dale has been recognized for his on-air work. He was nominated for an Emmy for his work on “The End of an Era,” an online recap of Brett Favre’s first retirement. He has also been recognized by the Associated Press for Best Sports Story, by the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association for Best Sportscast, Best Sports Feature and Best Live Reporting and won an Eric Sevareid Award for Best Sportscast in the Midwest.
His career started at KSTF in Scottsbluff, NE as weekend sports anchor, eventually jumping across the street to KDUH to be their sports director. From there is was to WJFW in Rhinelander, then off to WQAD in the Quad Cities, and back to Wausau.
Dale, his wife, Suzy, and daughter Cadence live in Merrill.
Join Dale and WSAW TV viewers on this fabulous trip of a lifetime.
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