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Backstreet Boy’s Star Howie D Invites Fans to Join Him on Tour of Israel

​Backstreet Boys performer “Howie D” has invited 100 lucky fans to join him on his first ever trip to Israel. The tour will run from September 2nd through September 11th 2012.

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Backstreet Boys performer “Howie D” has invited 100 lucky fans to join him on his first ever trip to Israel. The tour will run from September 2nd through September 11th 2012.
In a special invitation on the Backstreet Boys website, Howie announced: “As many of you know, I’ve always wanted to visit the Holy Land. I honestly can’t think of a better way of exploring the country then by having you all by my side. During our week in Israel we’ll visit a lot of great historical sites, do some shopping, club it up in Tel Aviv, taste some delicious wine in Golan Heights, have a traditional Shabbat dinner and oh yeah I’ll sing for you as we cruise the Sea of Galilee. I’ve been dreaming of this trip for so long and am extremely excited that it’s finally here.”
 
Tickets for the tour go on sale on Valentines Day with a full itinerary available at: www.israelthemetours.com
 
 

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