We have always taken a long-term approach to managing our customer relations
(PRWEB) August 4, 2005
In the fast paced world of sports information, high salaries and in your face corporate image are the status quo. But it is nice to know there are still some small family owned and operated success stories that have stood the test of time.
Doc's Enterprises (Doc's Sports) was started by Morey "Doc" Moseman in 1971. What began as a hobby in the basement of his home in Sauk City, Wisconsin, has evolved into a very influential company in the sports handicapping industry that has also made a successful transition to the Internet.
The company provides sports information and Sports Picks to sports fans -- sports bettors in particular -- who are looking to make a profit wagering on sporting events.
"What we do is comparable to what a full service stock broker would do for his or her client, but instead of telling our customers what companies to invest in, we tell them which team they should bet on versus the spread,Â said Moseman. "The sportsbooks and oddsmakers have to handicap and put lines on every game - we just find a few of their mistakes and pass that information on to our subscribers.Â
The backbone of the company is the annual ÂDocÂs Sports JournalÂ which is a 120-page, pocket sized full season college and NFL schedule. The publication is loaded with information including college and NFL team information, college and NFL statistics, odds, trends, historical angles, individual game information including: (kick off time, artificial turf vs. grass, match-up information, last yearÂs final score, next weekÂs opponent). The cover price is $9 but this year DocÂs is offering it free (plus the postage) at http://www.freefootballschedule.com ÂItÂs a great handicapping tool that we have improved in each of the last 34 years,Â says Doc.
"We have always taken a long-term approach to managing our customer relations," added Moseman "for example; it has always been our policy to never make any outgoing phone calls to sell our product. We did not want to be associated with high pressure telemarketing operations that focus more attention on marketing than core handicapping."
DocÂs Sports recently won their MLB Game of the Year on July 30 and have been on a 15-2 run over the past several.(as of this writing). To celebrate their success and the start of their 34th season, DocÂs is offering a full week of their baseball picks for only $4.95 (Normally $95.00 per week on the Web site) This includes their MLB Game of the Month that will be released Aug. 6. DocÂs Sports has won 31 of the last 40 Game of the Month plays over the past seven years. This special offer can only be found at http://www.docsports.com/baseball-picks.html
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