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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Fans are already planning trips to Ray Lewis's presumptive 2018 Hall of Fame induction


It may be two years and the vote of a selection committee away, but some are already planning to witness the induction of Baltimore Ravens great Ray Lewis into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

A Baltimore tour bus company has started taking reservations for the July 2018 ceremony in Canton, Ohio, which promises to be an all-out, Baltimore-heads-west extravaganza likely to rival the 2007 induction of Cal Ripken Jr. into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

"We took 12 buses there," said Marc Komins, executive vice president of Superior Tours, "so I'm thinking it will be close to that, if not more."

Komins said Superior Tours opened a reservation bank in January for the Lewis trip to Canton and so far has 70 commitments.

The cost to see No. 52 join the ranks of Baltimore Colts legends like Johnny Unitas and Gino Marchetti in Canton is estimated to be $1,950 for a four-day, all-inclusive bus and hotel package, Komins said.

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Four days in Canton, Ohio, for $2 grand. The meals must be really good.

Not Quite Understanding said...

Not too bad for a "killer" football player.

Anonymous said...

Go away please

Anonymous said...

2:00. That's funny

Anonymous said...

It amazes me the way people idolize these thugs. The Apple didn't fall far from the tree with his kid, arrested at college for sexual assault. Probably says a lot about our society and why it's falling apart, athletics are more important vecause of their monetary value forget the character, integrity, moral part