New Magazine Looks to Give Detroit Sports Fans an Extra Option

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Detroit's only all-sports magazine will attempt to feed the appetites of hungry sports fans statewide.

Once in a great while something comes along that makes people take notice and pay attention. That is the hope of the staff of Motor City Sports Magazine, LLC as they prepare to launch their new all sports magazine.

The goal of Motor City Sports Magazine is to provide the reader with the coverage, opinion and editorial that they want and might be unable to find anywhere else.

MCSM's staff boasts well-known Detroit media members like Terry Foster and Sean Baligian who will both be regular contributors, as well as talented newcomers like Greg Eno and EJ Smith. With press access to all of the teams they cover, they will also be able to provide readers with interviews and information they may not see anywhere else.

"I have always thought that Detroit was one of the most underrated sports cities in America," said MCSM co-owner Muneesh Jain. "MCSM could not be coming out at a better time with the Lions selling out every home game this past season, the Pistons being the defending champs, the Tigers showing many signs of improvement and whether there is hockey or not, Detroit is still Hockeytown. Add to that the winningest college football team in the nation (University of Michigan) and an elite college basketball team (Michigan State). This is the perfect time for the state of Michigan to have a magazine completely dedicated to its hometown sports."

Knowing that Michigan is filled with rabid sports fans...NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, Arena Football, WNBA, NCAA...even preps, they will have something for everyone in Motor City Sports Magazine.

With an opening month printing of 10,000 issues that will be distributed statewide, MCSM is also providing a unique advertising opportunity to Michigan businesses. With some of the most affordable print ad rates in the state, small businesses can use MCSM to spread the word about their company or service. Even more affordably, they can advertise on the magazine's website, http://www.motorcitysports.net

MCSM will increase its circulation on a regular basis, making its rates even more affordable.

For more information on the magazine, its staff, advertising options or subscription information, just visit http://www.motorcitysports.net.

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