Kenpong Travel and Tours wants to use their sponsoring of the 2013 Wafu Zone B tournament as a springboard into sports tourism.
The outfit is one of two local companies who are financially supporting the sub-regional tournament which will run from 21-28 November in Kumasi.
"We have started with the sponsorship of the Wafu and after that we will want to go into, use of travel and tour centre to help transport fans to the World Cup in Brazil," Director of Finance of the Kenpong Group George Amoako said.
"We are in the business of travel and tours and we want to specialize in the sports tourism sector and this is an opportunity for us to show what we can provide."
The eight-team Wafu Zone B tournament is being held for the first time in two years under the presidency of Kwesi Nyantakyi, also head of the Ghana Football Association.
Hosts Ghana will face Sierra Leone in the tournament opener and Burkina Faso and Benin in Group A.
Defending champions Togo are in Group B alongside Niger, Senegal and Gabon.