There were only 12 positions for each team and a lot of egos have been hurt but you can't select and please everyone
London, UK (PRWEB) September 15, 2008
A new fantasy internet marketing competition is creating a storm in the online community.
The 2008 Internet Marketing Ryder Cup is a fictitious face off between the USA and Europe's Internet Marketing Elite but not all is well as omitted Internet Marketers are letting their feelings known.
Creator of the competition Sean McPheat says, "As it's Ryder Cup month and in keeping with the spirit of the fierce rivalry across the Atlantic I got curious as to what it would be like if there was an Internet Marketing Ryder Cup. Of course all of this is fictitious and the site visitors determine who will win but many are not happy with the team selections in the first place."
Emails have been flooding into Sean McPheat's inbox with suggestions and recommendations as to who should be in the team or not.
"There were only 12 positions for each team and a lot of egos have been hurt but you can't select and please everyone," stated McPheat.
Visitors to the competition website are asked to enter the scores of who they think would win this fantasy match and one lucky entrant will have the chance to win $1,000 in a free prize draw.
For further information about the 2008 Internet Marketing Ryder Cup please visit:
About Sean McPheat:
Sean McPheat is the leading authority on how to market and sell to the sophisticated and sales savvy buyer of today. For additional information please visit http://www.seanmcpheat.com or call ++ 44 24 76 43 00 42