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WNAX SPECIAL: 8 Days In Florida For Just $999!
WNAX SPECIAL: 8 Days In Florida For Just $999!

06/01/2014 - 06/02/2014

Take a trip with Steve Crawford & WNAX to the beaches of Florida!

This is a 8-day 7-night trip to beautiful Fort Myers!  You will stay 7 nights at Hideaway Village and have the opportunity to find awesome seashells each morning as the sun comes up!

Here is what you get:

  • Round trip air: Sioux Falls to Tampa
  • Economy Car rental
  • 7 nights stay at Hideaway Village Beach Hotel & Resort on Fort Myers Beach, Florida
  • Maps/Directions and other information
  • A day in Keywest aboard the Key West Express (High speed ferry) **Extra/Optional
  • Conch Train ticket (To tour Key West) **Extra/Optional
  • Optional fishing and snorkeling! **Extra/Optional

Awesome sandy beach is right next to the resort!

****Full payment is due before trip can be booked
Cost: $999 per person double; $899 per person triple; $799 per person quad; $1,499 per person single.

Offer can end without notice.

To book the trip, call WNAX at 800-843-0089 or email (with questions) scrawford@wnax.com !

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