Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Empire Tickets Rolls Out Corporate Masters Golf Tournament and Custom Hospitality Packages for 2009

/PRNewswire/ -- Empire Tickets, Inc. (, the leader in providing premium tickets to companies and individuals worldwide, today announced that it is rolling out its corporate packages for the spring golf season 2009, including the Masters Golf tournament at Augusta National.

Empire Tickets will offer worldwide corporate groups hospitality, accommodations, transportation and especially premium tickets for all days. Each company will have their own hospitality manager, preferred pricing and 24-hour Web access through for the best tickets to all events.

Empire Tickets will offer hospitality all seven days of the event through Club Magnolia, the newest hospitality facility in Augusta. The club is just steps away from Augusta National and will offer a five star menu, three bars, a business center, a full time concierge, on-site masseuse, and a cigar patio.

"We pride ourselves on offering the most comprehensive corporate sports entertainment packages in the industry. We have earned the trust of many Fortune 100 and 500 companies, with personalized customer service, preferred pricing, and more than sixteen years as a leader in the ticket industry," says Robbi Raitt, President and Founder. "This year promises to be unmatched with the potential return of Tiger Woods and the Japanese phenomenon, Ryo Ishikawa and as always Empire Tickets is ready to deliver."

Masters 2009 will be one for the ages, with the potential return of Tiger Woods and the special invitation from Augusta National this year of Japanese teenager Ryo Ishikawa. The 17-year old from Japan will be the second youngest player to compete in Masters history. Known as the "Shy Prince" in Japan because of his unpretentious personality, Ishikawa made history two years ago when he won the Munsingwers Open KSB Cup on the Japanese golf tour, becoming the youngest player to win on one of the six major tours around the world.

Masters club chairman Billy Payne told Reuters, "At a young age, Mr. Ishikawa has shown the skill and competitiveness to make him a deserving recipient of this invitation. We see this as an opportunity to expose an emerging talent on a world stage and fulfill our objective to grow the game."

The stage is set for one of the most memorable Masters ever in 2009. Don't miss a minute of it. For more information or to order tickets call 404.467.4132 or log on to and for more information on Club Magnolia log on to

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