The American Football Association Now Taking Orders For The Semi-Pro Football Media Guide Facts And Records Book

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You have to see it to believe it! . . . If you like semi-pro football, you'll love this book.

You have to see it to believe it! . . . If you like semi-pro football, you'll love this book.

If you’re a semi-pro player, coach, team or league administrator, public relations director, trainer, equipment manager, statistician, official or even a semi-pro football team cheerleader - the AFA Media Guide is a `must read' for you. The 342 pages of the media guide are neatly surrounded by a full color high gloss enamel cover bringing to life page after page of semi-pro football history as well as a current 2004 directory of how to locate all 62 different leagues across the country and the 716 teams playing in those leagues. The Media Guide lists the names of thousands (and I mean thousands) of players, coaches, and semi-pro football executives who, over the years, have had outstanding careers on our level of the game. There are over a thousand player (and coaches) names alone engraved on the AFA's Arthur S. Arkush Memorial National Championship Cup over the past 24 years. Those names also live within the pages of the AFA's new Media Guide. There are another 1,000 plus names listed in a section that includes the names of players who over the years made the big jump from the 'semi-pros to the pros'. You'll be surprised at the names of some of the players who got their start in the 'minors' before hitting it big in the 'majors'.

Media Guide owners can review last season’s final standings and 'power ratings' of every team in the country broken down by AFA regions and states. Thumb through the 300 plus page publication and you'll find the names of every player selected as AFA 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Team All American's in 2003, as well as those who were selected as honorable mentions.

Want to know who won the AFA's 2003 "Gold Ball Awards"? . . . or the names of the 341 semi-pro footballers who have been inducted into the AFA Semi-Pro Football Hall of Fame in the past 24 years? How about the hundreds of players who are in the book who have been semi-pro 'record breakers' and news makers over the years? . . . Yeah, they're all in the book too!

Curious about how the AFA got started - where it’s been - and where it’s going? How about the history of semi-pro football in general? Want to know the names of some of the 'movers and shakers' that operated the leagues when they were considered as an actual (or assumed) minor league to the NFL? the AFL? . . . Think that can happen again?

Purchasing a copy of the AFA's 2004 Media Guide will answer all those questions - and more. Want to see a map of what states are located in which AFA Regions? How about which teams play in each of those regions? There's even a breakdown of the teams (and the leagues they play in) for each of the 46 states that the AFA monitors for our 'power rating'? Maybe you want to know just how the AFA's 'power rating' works? How does a semi-pro team get rated in the first place? How are teams classified for the AAA-AA-A levels by the AFA for the power ratings? It's all in the book! Which teams last year won their league championships and who they defeated - and by what score . . . and on what date - to capture those titles? Do you know where you can find all that information - and more?

Perhaps the only question left is -How do I get a copy of the AFA Semi-Pro Football Media Guide Book?

The 342 page Media Guide is now on sale for $19.95 each (plus $4 postage and handling) and can be ordered through the AFN's (American Football News) marketing department by sending your e-mail request to (AFNmarketing@sbcglobal.net). Be sure to give your name, home address and phone number (how many books you would like to order) in your e-mail information and you will receive a Media Guide order blank by return mail. If you wish to charge your book order via a major credit card please state that in your e-mail inquiry and one of our representatives will contact you by phone.

The AFA Media Guide order form can also be downloaded by clicking

http://www.eteamz.com/americanfootballassn/files/MediaGuideOrderForm2.pdf

This form can also be downloaded from the AFA's website at http://www.AmericanFootballAssn.com.

Order Yours Today! First Edition print order is sure to be a collector’s item and supplies may not last.

Update 9/21: Media Guides are now in stock and believe me, this book is AWESOME!

For AFA logo merchandise click http://www.cafeshops.com/amerfootball/58394

Media - contact Dave Burch at AFA National Office

(877) 624-4485 or (941) 388-3510

(e-mail) amerfoot@aol.com (or) usafoot@aol.com

(website) http://www.americanfootballassn.com/

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