Antennas Direct Announces March Mania Pizza Party Giveaway

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Antenna crusader launches giveaway to empower Americans to watch the Final Four in true HD.

As the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament gets ready to tip off, millions of Americans will channel their inner Dick Vitale in hopes their bracket remains unbroken. With more than 12 million people expected to watch the Final Four, Antennas Direct, a St. Louis-based HDTV antenna manufacturer, is calling a full-court press on the cable companies with a giveaway so delectable it can only be found on

The March Mania Pizza Party Giveaway, which will run March 1st through March 29th, will award one lucky cord-cutter a Final Four pizza party for 11 of their closest bracketologists. To enter, simply place an order through, wait to receive an order confirmation email, and complete the entry form. The prize package will consist of: Pizza Hut pizza, Pepsi products and 12 commemorative March Mania t-shirts for you and your friends to don during the big game.

“It is our mission to ensure every American gets to experience the Final Four in glorious, crystal clear high-definition,” said Richard Schneider, founder and President of Antennas Direct. “It truly pains us that so many people are still receiving low quality HD programming through their cable provider. Our antennas will bring you pure HD picture quality… minus the monthly fee.”

A 20% off coupon code will be made available upon purchase. For more information or to enter the March Mania Pizza Party Giveaway, visit Antennas Direct on online at:

About Antennas Direct
Antennas Direct is the leader in antenna technology, reinventing the antenna for the digital era. With a heritage in over-the-air antennas specifically tuned for core DTV frequencies, Antennas Direct has invested major resources into the discovery and implementation of new antenna designs for digital reception. Founded in 2003, the firm is a member of the Inc. 500|5000 Hall of Fame and Future of TV Coalition. Visit for more information.

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