This is a tremendous honor
(PRWEB) August 23, 2005
Boston, MA (PRWEB) August 23, 2005 - An industry spotlight shined on The Fantasy Football Times.com earlier this month when it was named a 2005 finalist for Best Fantasy Football Draft Kit by the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (http://www.fsta.org).
Winners of the FSTA Industry Recognition Awards will be announced in Las Vegas at the Excalibur Hotel & Casino as part of the Fantasy Sports Trade Conference XII scheduled for August 31 through September 1.
Among other venerable companies competing for various industry awards this year are giants like CBS Sportsline.com, ESPN.com, Yahoo.com, The Sporting News.com, AOL, and EA Sports.
“This is a tremendous honor,” said Founder Greg Bebezas. “We pride ourselves on providing the most comprehensive and dynamic coverage possible for our subscribers. It’s great to know that this industry is aware of and recognizing our efforts.”
The announcement came during a week in which The Fantasy Football Times.com reported its heaviest web traffic to date. Bebezas, however, was quick to point out that this is just the beginning. “We’re continuing to expand the business for 2006 and beyond,” he said. “The opportunity is there for us to substantially broaden our reach through content distribution, which will complement the web enhancements we are continually developing.”
For more information, the company’s media kit can be viewed at:
The Fantasy Football Times.com is America’s Fantasy Football Newsletter Delivered To Your PC Doorstep. The one-stop website service provides high-quality content and expert analysis of Fantasy Football news and information by streamlining traditional print media with the dynamics of the internet.
With a Scouting Department that boasts over a decade of Fantasy Football experience, the website service tracks hundreds of players throughout the season with exclusive subscriber features, daily headline articles, special features, message boards, & through media outlets.
Established in 2003 and based in the Greater Boston area, The Fantasy Football Times.com has appeared on national TV and weekly radio shows and has provided content to various publications to make it one of the fastest growing companies in the Fantasy Sports Industry.
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