eSports Partners' CEO, Michael J. McKay, Receives "Entrepreneur of the Year" Award

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Michael J. McKay, President/CEO of Dallas based eSports Partners, proudly accepted the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year® Award for 2007. eSports Partners the leading merchandise service provider offering complete eCommerce, Catalog, Retail, and Game Day solutions within the sports & entertainment market space.

Michael J. McKay, President/CEO of Dallas based eSports Partners, proudly accepted the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year® Award for 2007. The Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award recognizes elite men and women who have been acknowledged for their exceptional entrepreneurial achievements and for their vision, innovation, courage, and leadership in building and growing successful businesses.

"It is a great honor and significant milestone to be recognized by such a prestigious organization and corresponding award. This recognition is truly a team award which will be celebrated by our employees and clients. We look forward to continuing to set the bar for world-class merchandise solutions within the sports marketplace." Mr. McKay stated as he accepted the award at a ceremony held on Saturday, June 31, 2007.
This is not the first time this rapidly-growing company has been recognized for its success and with the leadership of Mr. McKay. eSports Partners has also been recognized by SMU, who has included eSports Partners in the Dallas 100. The Dallas 100 Awards is an annual event that identifies and honors the 100 fastest-growing privately held companies in the Dallas area.

eSports Partners the leading merchandise service provider offering complete eCommerce, Catalog, Retail, and Game Day solutions within the sports & entertainment market space. Our world-class solutions have been proven to increase merchandise brand recognition and maximize merchandise revenue potential at zero cost to our clients.

Sample clients of eSports Partners include the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Miami Dolphins, Indianapolis Colts, Denver Broncos, San Diego Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills, Tennessee Titans, Arizona Cardinals, Houston Texans, University of Tennessee, University of Miami, and University of Maryland.

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