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MMI Travel to Sell Olympics 2012 Tickets and Packages in the UAE

MMI Travel has been officially appointed by the UAE National Olympic Committee to sell tickets and packages in the UAE for the Olympic Games 2012.

Next year, millions of people will visit the city of London to watch this amazing sporting extravaganza as top athletes from around the globe compete in world-class sporting events in some of London's iconic venues. MMI travel, one of the Middle East's leading sports travel management companies will enable sporting enthusiasts from our region to be part of this unforgettable experience.

From those simply wanting to purchase a ticket, to customers who would like to have a complete tailor-made travel package, MMI Travel can help as they have been selected to be the region's "Authorised Ticket Reseller (ATR) in UAE for Olympics 2012". Complete packages include flights, hotel accommodation and game tickets, with the added convenience of transfers too.

For sports fans are looking to have an extra special visit to the Olympic Games, MMI Travel has a second option. As "Authorised Marketing Agent of Prestige Ticketing in UAE for sale of Official Hospitality packages for Olympics 2012" they offer travellers a top notch experience with hospitality access at the venue.

"This appointment recognises MMI Travel as the leading sports travel management agency in the Middle East. It emphasises the value that MMI Travel has provided to the Sports Industry and its considerable experience in arranging specialist sports travel packages", said Abdulla Tawakul, Senior Vice President for MMI Travel.

"The UAE National Olympic Committee has entrusted MMI Travel with this responsibility based on our credible experience in sports tours management. As the Authorised Ticket Reseller we will be the selected retailer for all event tickets as well as the 'Prestige Experience', which promises exceptional food, service and hospitality within the official Games venues. The hospitality, combined with great accommodation, flights and transfers makes this a truly premium product and give customers a day they will never forget," said Mayank Dhingra, MMI Travel's General Manager.

"We selected MMI Travel for this appointment due to their excellent reputation and considerable knowledge in the region" said Saeed Abdulghaffar Hussain, Secretary General. "This is the first time in the history of the UAE National Olympic Committee that an official travel agent has been appointed to manage ticket sales and inclusive packages, for the general public. We felt that MMI Travel was the perfect company for us to partner with for the Olympics 2012".

Ticket and package sales are on sale now and are subject to availability. For more information please contact MMI Travel's expert planners on +971 4404 5859

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