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Would you like to join the 2008 chase team?


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  • Location: Pershore
  • Location: Pershore

    In 2008 Netweather will be sending at least 3 teams out to the USA on 3 seperate 10 day tours through May. All tours will be fully organised with a guide/forecaster plus driver within each chase vehicle. The cost per person of each tour will be £1500 (not including flights or food) if booked and a deposit of £150 is paid during May or June this year (price will then go up).

    If you're interested in booking a place on one of the tours then please contact us here:

    http://www.netweather.tv/index.cgi?action=contact;sess=

    We will then send you further information on the tours themselves and how to book a place. Places are limited so please move quickly to guarantee a spot for yourself.

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