There are so many new products and changes in business these days, it's almost impossible to keep up with it all
Stamford, CT (PRWEB) February 2, 2009
The motorcycle industry now has free news, products. and views updates at MotoSportsBusiness.com on a 24/7 schedule. TAM Communications' print magazine MotoSports Retailer, which covered the motorcycle, ATV, and scooter industry, has been expanded into a free Web 2.0 interactive blog and website for everyone in the motorcycle business.
TAM Communications president Buzz Kanter recently announced MotoSports Business will become the first nationally circulated motorcycle trade magazine to replace its print edition with a website. "There are so many new products and changes in business these days, it's almost impossible to keep up with it all," Kanter said. "We are using the speed and power of the Internet to help keep the motorcycle industry current."
Unlike a print magazine, websites can be updated any time and there is no physical limit to the amount of space used to fully cover a topic. This is the first motorcycle business magazine with no space restrictions and no production deadlines. Articles run as long as they need to properly cover the subject and the site can be updated hourly, seven days a week.
MotoSports Business features all aspects of the motosports industry from the latest trends, products and distributor changes, to reviewing new approaches in marketing and motosports retailer issues.
Please send all press releases and editorial materials related to motorcycles, Quads and scooters to MotoSportsBusiness.com in the "Submission & Links" box.
About TAM Communications:
Founded in 1989 by Buzz Kanter in a spare bedroom, TAM Communications has grown into a leading producer of motorcycle content and information. In addition to a growing number of motorcycle-related web sites TAM publishes American Iron Magazine, the best selling Harley-oriented magazine in the world, and RoadBike.
Terry O'Brien, VP Sales
TAM Communications, Inc