, the Leader of Home Rentals for Major Sporting Events, is Now Accepting Homes to Rent for 2007 Super Bowl 41, Miami, Florida

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Jim Jenkins (VP of operations for announced today that homeowners in the Miami, Fort Lauderdale metro areas now have the opportunity to market their homes for rent, town homes, condos and apartments for 2007 Super Bowl XLI Miami, Florida. offers homes for rent for various sporting events including Super Bowl XLI, Miami, via their website

Most hotels are booked months in advance of a sporting event like Super Bowl 41. Therefore has proven to be the first Internet site sports enthusiasts look to in seeking alternative lodging for sold out sporting events. "The term sports enthusiasts encompass a wide variety of persons, entertainers, athletes, captains of industry, corporate executives and the like. It’s no accident that the Super Bowl has returned to Sunny South Florida for a record ninth time," said Director Adam Richman.

The technique by which utilizes to successfully market rental properties is unique, a combination of targeted media, Internet popularity and partnerships found nowhere else in their niche business.

As a recognized leader in the sports lodging industry takes great pride in delivering remarkable accommodations for thousands of prized sports fans every year. Visit and you’ll see homes, town homes, condos and apartments for rent for Super Bowl 41and other sporting events. provides alternative lodging for sports enthusiasts to major sporting events. The company's Web site, is devoted to helping individuals, companies large and small find lodging and other services for major sporting events.

Super Bowl home rentals is the flagship of the company's value added services. In addition to Super Bowl 41 rentals, also markets home rental properties for College Bowl games, Major League Baseball, NASCAR, NBA, NFL, NHL, The Olympics, Major Golf Tournaments and many other major sporting events.

You can reach toll free at 888.422.9977 or at their website


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