New Orleans Bowl fever!

It’s November, turkey time for most, but in the Crescent City it’s the beginning of Bowl season. Time for first downs and fun! Hail Mary’s and a hail of creole dinners in our world class eateries. Consider joining us in New Orleans for these great sporting events and making a long weekend of it- what’s better than football and the flavor of New Orleans? Events include the State Farm Bayou Classic, R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, the 76th Allstate Sugar Bowl and the Saints football team on their to home field playoff advantage and the Superbowl with the first 8-0 season in franchise history!

Learn more about these exciting experiences courtesy of the Greater New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau:

statefarmbayouclassicState Farm Bayou Classic: November 28, 2009, don’t miss Grambling State University and Southern University in this annual match-up that represents the best that collegiate sports have to offer: teamwork, tradition, passion and fierce competition! [more]

 

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R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl: December 20, 2009, the best of the Sun Belt Conference and Conference USA face off at the Louisiana Superdome. [more]

 

allstatesugarbowlclassicAllstate Sugar Bowl Football Classic: A tradition since 1935, the Sugar Bowl is a must-watch annual American college football bowl game, January 1, 2010, at the Louisiana Superdome. [more]

 

 

NO SaintsNew Orleans Saints: For this first time in franchise history, the New Orleans Saints are 8-0. Tailgate, turn on your TV, visit Ticket Exchange or just chant “Who Dat.” [more] 

 

So whether you are a sports fan or just a fan of the good life, give us a call today and get all the details on availability and rates. Our toll free number is 1-800-490-8542. Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast: Don’t Just Visit New Orleans, Live It!

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