Sports Leisure Vacations
Updated Sunday, March 29th
Corona Virus Update
From Sports Leisure Vacations
The guru of travel at Sports Leisure, Mark Hoffmann, updates our travelers on refunds, which trips are still operating and a host of other important items. The phones at Sports Leisure are being answered remotely from 9am - 3pm, M - F (916)361-2051. You can also reach Mark by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our web address is www.sportsleisure.com. Everyone stay safe and Mark will "see" you on the radio Sunday (new time 5pm) for The Travel Guys.
Of course, it’s not business as usual. But if we all pull together, limit our personal contact, and stay well, brighter days are ahead. When those days come, travelers will want to travel. We are planning for that day.
Office Closed, Reduced Phone Hours due to Stay at Home Order
Because of the governor’s Stay at Home Order, our office will be closed until April 19th. Our phones are being monitored, 9am – 3pm, M-F. We are working mostly from home with very limited staffing. Let’s try and do everything by phone or mail/e-mail for now, if at all possible.
Spring Preview Day Has Been Rescheduled to Saturday, May 23
It will still be held at the KVIE Studios. If you previously made a reservation, it has been rolled over. If you would like to attend, please call. Sessions are scheduled for 10am and 1pm. Tours featured include New England Fall Colors, Branson, all of our holiday tours, plus a recap of trips previously announced with space available. More information available here.
Weekly Updates on The Travel Guys Radio Show
Mark and Tom will be updating you every Sunday at 5pm on KFBK, 1530AM/93.1FM. Specifically, at 5:20 or so each week, Mark will give an update specific to Sports Leisure Travelers. The rest of the hour is filled with great travel information. Join The Travel Guys every Sunday at 5pm.
Please Be Safe I
Nearly everyone reading this update fits into a higher risk category for the virus. Be smart, limit your contact with others, encourage other family members to do the same.
Because most of us are a little older, this isn’t our first rodeo. We remember 9-11, the political assassinations in the 60’s and other bumps in the road. It’s up to us to convince the younger folks this is serious business, so we can get through this together.
To view the current cancellations for tours, please see our Impact of Coronavirus and Response page.