College Fanz Sports Network Announces March to Maui Contest: Network Sending March Madness Winner and Guest to 25th Maui Invitational

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The College Fanz Sports Network today announced the March to Maui Bracket Challenge -the Network's March Madness contest. The winner will receive a trip for two to the 25th Maui Invitational Tournament in November.

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Contest entry is free - no purchase required

    "Students and alumni everywhere enjoy the annual excitement and frenzy that surround the annual NCAA basketball showcase event and bracket-mania," said College Fanz President Darren Pulito. "Our March to Maui Bracket Challenge gives our fanz an extra incentive to play with the chance to win a trip for five nights and six days in Maui watching several of the nation's top teams in this annual event."

The Maui Invitational is scheduled November 24, 25 and 26, 2008. This year's field includes Alabama, Indiana, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Oregon, Texas, St Joseph's and the host Chaminade Silverswords.

"Contest entry is free - no purchase required," Pulito explained. "Simply register at our website and follow the instructions for entry and Rules of Play."

The network has nearly 5,000 communities in place for student and alumni participation. Every NCAA Division I, II and III and NAIA college or university is included in the network and ready for participation for every fan, every school, everywhere.

The College Fanz Sports Network is all about the fan right now and into the future! Plans call for significant fan participation in developing the direction and growth of the site utilizing the multiple enhancements under development and being launched in 2008.

The home page features the Amazing Fan, Featured Colleges, Hot Stuff, Fanz Polls and the most recently posted videos and photos.

My Fanz Page is every fanz personal page. This is where it all begins. From this page, fanz blog inviting the world to engage, find other fanz, post private messages, add videos and photos, insert a personal snapshot and edit personal stats as often as they like.

The heart of the network is the school page. Here each fan can start discussions, check scores, schedules and standings and add RSS feeds.

The site was developed by Open Crowd, Inc., and is powered by Jive Software Clearspace.

Registration is free.

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