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Back Bay Boston Hotel's Sports Bar Announces Season Passes for Fantasy League Play

Enjoy 2014 Fantasy Football Draft Parties With Great Deals at Champions Boston

BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/20/14 -- Calling all fantasy football leagues! Champions Boston, located inside the Boston Marriott Copley Place, is now offering a 2014 fantasy football season pass package that can't be beat.

Leagues that book their draft parties in advance at the downtown Boston hotel's popular sports bar enjoy complimentary AV services, private screens, special menus, and a $10 discount card for each draftnik to redeem during a future meal at Champions Sports Bar Boston.

The Season Pass package includes:

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • All AV plug-ins on-site
  • Private flat-screen HDTVs and / or a 10-foot projector screen to display online draft boards
  • Famous Champions Sampler Tower and unlimited Nachos, paired with selected beers (additional menu options are available upon request)
  • Draftniks also receive a $10 discount card for a future meal at Champions.

Season Pass Packages Must be Booked in Advance!

Package pricing is based on group size, as follows: $400 for up to 12 players; $500 for 13-16 players; and $600 for 17-21 players. In addition to requiring booking in advance for season pass packages, leagues should note that tax and gratuity are additional, and certain terms and conditions apply. Reservations are guaranteed upon receipt of the league's deposit.

The Copley Square restaurant's spacious bar in the Back Bay district of Boston features 40-plus HD screens, a superior sound system, wireless internet access, a modern American grill menu, full bar with handcrafted cocktails, 20-plus local craft beers, and 36 draft lines. Champions is proud to provide fans the ability to watch all nine pro football games simultaneously, so they can enjoy the perfect spot to follow fantasy football picks on game day. Conveniently located at 110 Huntington Avenue, Champions is perched on the second level of the Boston Marriott Copley Place. A Champions Season Pass package can easily be booked by calling 617-236-5800, ext. 6634 or via email to [email protected].

To stay up-to-date with the latest sports news, trivia, updates and happenings or to book reservations at Champions, visit the restaurant's website at www.championsboston.com, like "Champions Boston" on Facebook, or follow on Twitter @ChampionsBoston.

About the Boston Marriott Copley Place
The award-winning Boston Marriott Copley Place is just steps away from world-class shopping on Newbury Street and enclosed skyways to the upscale Copley Place Mall and Shops at the Prudential Center. Conveniently situated among hotels near Fenway Park, guests enjoy easy access to sporting events as well as downtown businesses and popular tourist attractions. An ideal destination whether traveling for business or leisure, the hotel is only minutes from Logan International Airport, the Back Bay Amtrak Station and numerous MBTA public transportation stations. For information, please visit www.CopleyMarriott.com or call 617-236-5800.

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CONTACT:
Champions in the Boston Marriott Copley Place
110 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02116 USA
1-617-236-5800
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bosco-boston-marriott-copley-place/

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