Fan Bus to Colorado

RSL’s playoff hopes come down to one game this Saturday. The team has organized a Fun Bus to Colorado to cheer the team on. In case anyone is interested in going, here are the details about the trip were emailed to the Deseret News:

Attention RSL Supporters!

RSL is planning a supporters bus trip to the Saturday, Oct. 25 Colorado Rapids vs. Real Salt Lake match. This will be both clubs final regular season match up, the deciding game of the Rocky Mountain Cup and it WILL decide who goes to the MLS Playoffs and who stays home. Obviously its a big match for RSL, maybe the biggest EVER, and we need to support the club!

And we got a fantastic deal…

For $55, you get a bus trip from Salt Lake to Denver (and back) and a ticket to the game. RSL is arranging a block of 25 hotel rooms at their group rate of $79+ tax at the Hilton Garden Inn in nearby Aurora. Food costs are extra.

We will be leaving Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy at 6AM on Saturday, Oct. 25. The game starts at 7:30pm in Commerce City, CO.

The RSL Reserves take on the Rapids Reserves on Sunday at noon. We can watch the game and then leave. We will then be returning later on Sunday evening.

Contact the Hilton Garden Inn at 303.371.9393 and ask for the Real Salt Lake block of rooms to book your hotel room. Remember, your on your own to figure out who you are lodging with.

Please contact Teresa Nelson, RSL’s Community Relations Manager at tnelson@RealSaltLake.com or 801.924.8565 to let her know you booked a room. Then she can get us more rooms if we use up the 25.

Act NOW. We only have 50 seats TOTAL. Please get your $55, payable to Real Salt Lake, to the front office THIS WEEK. You can call 801.924.8565 and pay by credit card too.

If you have any questions, contact either Teresa at 801.924.8565 or Ethan Gomberg (primuscomics@gmail.com/ 783-9377) or Merrill Page (merrill@theloyalists.com/ 615-1293).

In summary:
Bus+Ticket=$55 (call RSL today to pay, 801.924.8565)
Hotel Room=$79+tax (Call Hilton at 303.371.9393 and ask for RSL block)

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