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Art Monk and Darrell Green leading bus tours to Richmond

(Washington Post file photo) (Washington Post file photo)

Well here’s an interesting way to experience Redskins training camp: take a luxury bus from the D.C. area to Richmond with Darrell Green and Art Monk.

“My City Tours will be scheduling daily trips to the new training facility in Richmond,” that company said on its Web site. “Our luxury fleet of buses will be leaving from Dulles Town Center (Sterling, VA), Tyson’s Corner (Mclean,Va), Fed Ex Field (Largo, MD), Union Station (Washington,DC) and RFK Stadium (Washington, DC) starting July 26th. Lunch is included with ticket price. Tickets are $65 per person. Buses will leave at 7 a.m. and return at 6 p.m.”

Of course, you can also upgrade to a VIP ticket for $220, which includes “a bus ride and lunch with one of our VIP personalities. It will also include a t-shirt and a signed autograph picture.”

“Traffic on I-95 can be a nightmare. We wanted to aid D.C. area fans and the city of Richmond and offer a service to fans that would provide a relaxing, no-stress ride to Richmond in our limousine style tour buses,” My City Tours President Michele Gaskins said in a news release, according to WTOP.

“We ride with you on luxury buses,” Darrell Green said on WTOP Tuesday morning. “You can ride with us, to Richmond, and hang with us in Richmond as well.”

Dan Steinberg writes about all things D.C. sports at the D.C. Sports Bog.



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