The Day after the Big Game, Team Can Recoup on One Happy Island
NEW YORK, Feb. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- They may not have won the biggest football game of the year, but New England players can still find something to smile about this week on one happy island. The Aruba Tourism Authority is offering them the chance to touch down and score some happiness with all-expense paid trips to the tropical island known for its cheerful vibe. While only the MVP of the winning club has the opportunity to jet off to another well-known destination, Aruba is making the offer to the entire New England squad.
"We want to acknowledge and celebrate the hard work, dedication and season-long success of the team, despite their loss," said Ronella Tjin Asjoe, CEO, Aruba Tourism Authority. "We believe there is no better place to recover after a loss than Aruba. After all, we are known as 'One Happy Island'."
Just a convenient flight from the East Coast, New England players who accept the offer can have their tired feet in the warm Aruban sand as early as Monday afternoon. With an idyllic setting and temperatures in the low 80s, Aruba is the perfect place to rest and recover.
For more information on travel to Aruba, please visit www.aruba.com.
Aruba, One happy island, is truly an extraordinary experience. Located only two-and-a-half hours by air from Miami and four hours from New York City, the island is ideally situated in the southern Caribbean and boasts year-round cooling trade winds and perfect weather with average annual temperatures of 82 Fahrenheit and less than 20 inches of rainfall per year. Aruba serves up 28 luxurious hotels/resorts, championship golf courses, sumptuous spas, vibrant casinos, extraordinary international and local cuisine, exclusive shops and boutiques, exciting land and water activities, art galleries and museums, world-famous festivals and events, clubs and cafes with live music and world class beaches. The backdrop of a cosmopolitan tropical destination with warm, hospitable people is the perfect place for first-time guests and loyal visitors. For more information, please call 1-800-TOARUBA,visit us online at www.aruba.com or find us on Facebook.
SOURCE Aruba Tourism Authority