LPGA Stays Global with PassportsandVisas.com Partnership

Travel service company named Official Passport and Visa Provider of the LPGA

DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA, March 20, 2013 – The LPGA today announced a multi-year partnership with PassportsandVisas.com, naming the travel service company the Official Passport and Visa Provider of the LPGA. As part of the deal, PassportsandVisas.com is expected to process more than 500 visas annually for LPGA players, caddies and staff as the Tour continues to showcase the best female golfers across the globe. The LPGA Tour will stage events in 14 different countries in 2013 and will have 27 nations represented by active players this season.

“PassportsandVisas.com is a perfect fit for the LPGA’s global brand,” said LPGA Chief Marketing Officer Jon Podany. “They will play a vital role in helping our players and tour personnel travel efficiently. I have already experienced their impressive customer service and timeliness in securing my visa for Australia.”

PassportsandVisas.com utilizes a state of the art, web-based technology platform in conjunction with a high level of personalized customer service to ensure timely and accurate processing of Visas and Passports

"As an LPGA fan, I'm proud and excited at the opportunity to provide assistance to the LPGA players and staff in acquiring travel visas for destinations such as China, Japan and South Korea," said Philip Diack, Director of PassportsandVisas.com. "Our time-tested process will completely take the stress out of acquiring the necessary travel documents and allow the players to focus on what they do best – play golf." 

The company has been recognized by major news organizations including the Washington Post, New York Times and USA Today and was ranked No. 1 by the U.S. Passport Service Guide in a survey of 40 expediting services.

VIDEO: LPGA Chief Marketing Officer Jon Podany on the LPGA’s new partnership with PassportsandVisas.com

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