FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SportsNetAmerica.com, the leader in online radio sports, is pleased to announce our strategic partnerships with Advanced Business Solutions of Hasbrouck Heights, NJ and with Chuck Harmon Sports of Baltimore, Maryland announced Mike Curci, Founder and CEO of SportsNetAmerica. “Advanced Business Solutions, a sports and entertainment marketing company led by CEO & Founder Philip J. Renshaw, will begin to handle SportsNetAmerica’s new business development, strategic branding, and marketing initiatives. Renshaw assumes the role of Executive Director of our Internet Radio Broadcasting Network.’
“Our ongoing mission has been to expand our Internet Radio Broadcast Network across the United States. Our partnership with Advanced Business Solutions and Chuck Harmon Sports significantly compliments this objective”, said Curci.
Chuck Harmon, owner of Chuck Harmon Sports, has been actively involved with Baltimore and Maryland area sports for over two decades. “With experience as a player, coach, scout, and radio personality, Chuck really has his finger on the pulse of the local sports scene. I have no doubt that Chuck’s organization will put SportsNetAmerica on the map in the Mid Atlantic Region,” said Curci.
“Throughout the years I have had the good fortune of covering hundreds of professional events from baseball to boxing, and I am extremely excited to assume the role of Mid Atlantic Sports Director, for SportsNetAmerica, said Harmon.” “I have no doubt that a collaboration of efforts between SportsNetAmerica and Advanced Business Solutions will place us at the forefront of the Internet Radio Broadcasting industry,” said Harmon.
Advanced Business Solutions, Director of Education Outreach, and former N.Y. Giant and two-time Super Bowl champion, Perry Williams, is thrilled over the opportunity to integrate Internet Radio into his departments’ childhood initiatives. Williams has lectured at over 100 Colleges and Universities across the country and has leveraged statistically that many children love to play sports that they look up to professional athletes as role models.
“Since retiring from the NFL, my mission in life and in business has been to ensure that children understand the value of a good education,” said Williams. “Internet Radio Broadcasting will tie in the athletic component into education initiatives and afford parents and educators an opportunity to listen to live to archived events,” said the former pro. Williams will be interviewed on a weekly show called “Giants Blue” on www.sportsnetamerica.com.
“Our timing couldn’t be better, given that recent statistics clearly show that print delivery methods are becoming increasing less profitable as more people get their information from the web,” agreed Curci, Renshaw and Harmon. Listeners around the world can hear a dozen weekly shows on SportsNetAmerica.com covering pro to high school, plus live coverage of the Breeders Cup World Thoroughbred Championships, Preakness Stakes and minor league baseball.