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Kenpong has the best travel package for the Word Cup - Financial director Amoako

Posted On Thursday, 20th February 2014
George Amoako

George Amoako

Kenpong Travel and Tour are adamant they possess the best offer to take Ghanaian fans to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

The wholly-owned Ghanaian travel agency have announced two exclusive packages for fans who plan to travel to Brazil to support the Black Stars.

KT&T are offering a regular package worth $6,250 and VIP $10,000.

Interested persons only need to deposit a registration fee of GHC 200 after which they are to make the package payment which is even spread over a period of time.

Financial director of Kenpong Travel and Tour believe his outfit’s offer beats all due to their professional outlook.

“We are armed to the teeth by way of preparation to fly fans to Brazil. We have invested so much, professionalism wise to ensure our clients are comfortable during their days in Brazil,” Amoako said.

“We have positioned ourselves so well that our works will speak for us after the tournament. Our clients will be doing the talking for us based on the kind of treat they will experience during their stay in Brazil.

“We are partnering CVC transport services, a top notch transport Brazil company and some of the best hotels in Brazil, I can confidently say we have the best of packages.”

Kenpong are also making plans to transport fans for Ghana’s pre-World Cup friendly matches.

The Black Stars are making a third successive appearance at the World Cup following progressive stints in 2006 and 2010.

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