Sport Street Social Network Announces 2013 NCAA Final Four 'Ultimate Fan Experience' Sweepstakes
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Join Sport Street to enter and win tickets and more for the 2013 NCAA Tournament's Men's Final Four and a meet and greet with Jay Williams
NEW YORK, March 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Sport Street Social Network, the leading social platform for sports fans, has announced its first major sporting event ticket giveaway. The Ultimate Fan Experience Sweepstakes states that all current Sport Street users and all new users who join Sport Street starting today until March 29, 2013, will be automatically entered to win two tickets to the Final Four at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. The winner will also receive $1,500 for travel expenses and meet ESPN basketball commentator, Jay Williams (former Duke University great), universally considered one of the most prolific college basketball players in history. Sports Street is a free app and anyone can enter the sweepstakes. (For details and full contest rules, go to www.sportstreet.com/marchsweep.)
Fans can join Sport Street to enter the sweepstakes at www.sportstreet.com or by downloading the mobile application in the iTunes store and very soon the Android Store.
Sport Street is the only social network to aggregate and give fans access to the real-time social media feeds (Twitter, YouTube, Instagram) from all of teams, players and leading beat writers and reporters for each team in college and pro sports, all conveniently organized as individual Team Pages.
"In my two Final Fours and throughout our championship run at Duke, we players thrived on our relationship with the fans and were always looking for new and deeper ways to connect," says Jay Williams. "Now it's all right here for today's players and fans with Sport Street--a one-stop platform that allows for endless engagement through social media. It allows fans to ride the wave of tournament excitement alongside their favorite teams and players, and vice versa."
"We are very excited to have Jay Williams on board", says Daniel Smith, CEO of Sport Street. "Jay personifies NCAA basketball and his participation provides Sport Street users a once in a lifetime opportunity to go to the Final Four and meet Jay. Sport Street is committed to being the leader in sports social networking."
About Sport Street Sport Street is a niche social platform for sports fans everywhere. It is the first true social network that focuses exclusively on sports fans. Sport Street's mission is to be the leader for niche social media in the sports sector. For more information visit www.sportstreet.com. The Sport Street app is now available on iTunes and coming soon for the Android.
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