BowlGameRentals.Com Announces Home Listing Service for Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa Bay, Florida

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BowlGameRentals.com connects Super Bowl fans seeking to rent private residences with local homeowners seeking to make their homes available during the Super Bowl.

On behalf of BGR, we created a one-stop shop to connect buyers and sellers in a way that is easy, efficient and private for both parties.

BowlGameRentals.com, an online resource site for Super Bowl housing, launched its new site for Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa Bay, Florida.

BowlGameRentals.com connects Super Bowl fans seeking to rent private residences with local homeowners seeking to make their homes available during the Super Bowl.

"More than 100,000 people are going to Tampa for the Super Bowl and a large percentage of them are looking for private homes to rent for the week. Bowl Game Rentals was created to connect visitors with homeowners who would like to make their homes available," says Steve Latham, CEO of Spur Interactive, the agency for BowlGameRentals.com. "On behalf of BGR, we created a one-stop shop to connect buyers and sellers in a way that is easy, efficient and private for both parties."

BowlGameRentals.com lists private residences that are available for rent during Super Bowl XLIII which takes place on February 1, 2009 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. People seeking to rent homes can browse the directory and request information on specific listings. BowlGameRentals forwards requests to owners who are then free to follow up with prospective renters at their convenience.

The service is free to people seeking to rent a home. A modest listing fee is charged to list homes. For more information visit Bowl Game Rentals

About Bowl Game Rentals
Bowl Game Rentals connects buyers and sellers for rental housing in cities where Super Bowl games are held. Founded in 2004, Bowl Game Rentals seeks to provide transparency and efficiency while helping people save time and money. To learn more, visit Bowl Game Rentals

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