Free NYC 2012 Olympic Bid Countdown from T-Minus Countdown Clock

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T-Minus Enterprises offers a free countdown clock to enhance the exciting to the approaching decision for New York City to host the 2012 Olympics. The software counts down the months, days, hours, minutes and seconds to the date. The countdown can be place on the user's webpage or the software puts a countdown clock on the userÂ?s PC desktop.

Enhance to the excitement for the vote to select the host city of the 2012 Olympics games on July 6 with this free offer. Your web visitors, as well as your family and friends, can now count down to the decision with the new PC software T-Minus Countdown ClockTM and/or a T-Minus-on-the-WebTM JavaScript clock on a web page. This simple, entertaining program lets viewers monitor the years, months, days, hours, minutes and seconds until the big day.

The NYC 2012 Olympic Bid Countdown comes pre-programmed with a NYC logo and an Olympic song.

The PC countdown can be displayed on the user’s PC desktop or viewed as a screensaver. The JavaScript countdown can be displayed on anybody's JavaScript enabled internet browser.

“Anticipation is part of Olympic Bid process,” explains Mark Reynolds, CEO of T-Minus Enterprises, LLC. “Our software adds excitement, in a personalized way. This Olympic bid will go by so fast, the countdown extends the life of this special occasion.”

To get your free Countdown Clock visit us at and click the "Free Countdowns" link.

About T-Minus Enterprises, LLC

T-Minus Enterprises is headquartered in Ottawa, Ont with offices in the U.S. and Canada. Now in its fifth version, the T-Minus software was developed in 1997 by the company’s President Mark Reynolds of Ottawa, Canada.

T-Minus Enterprises, LLC

9 Cellini Court

Ottawa, Ont K1G 5J7


(613) 247-1336

T-Minus Countdown Clock and T-Minus-on-the-Web are a trademarks of T-Minus Enterprises, LLC. Additional company and product names may be trademarks of the individual companies and are respectfully acknowledged.

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