The Chicago Daily Herald Selects Turbo
Tourney for March Madness Contest
Online Contest To Be Hosted Using Turbo
Tourney Contest Server
ANKENY, Iowa. (2/12/2002) - theSideline.com, Inc., a leading provider
of sports tournament pool and contest software, today announced
that the Chicago Daily Herald will use Turbo Tourney Contest Server
to host their upcoming March Madness contest. "The Daily Herald
was looking for a turnkey solution to hosting their web contest
and didn't want the hassle of building and maintaining it themselves.,"
said Doug Kolpek, President, theSideline.com, Inc.. "The Turbo Tourney
Contest Server product was a perfect match for what they
wanted to accomplish with their contest and lets them focus on what
they do best."
"It really is a perfect solution for us," said Eric Best,
Chicago Daily Herald Interactive Sales & Marketing Manager.
"We're able to have a first class Web contest without the typical
down time faced with development.
We've been able to turn our attention toward revenue generation
vs. development time."
Turbo Tourney Contest Server is a complete hosting solution designed
for businesses looking to leverage the popularity of sporting events
with the ability to run their own customized web-based sports contest.
An ideal solution for newspapers, television stations, radio stations
and general businesses who want to run a sports contest but don't
want the hassle of setting one up.
About theSideline.com, Inc.
theSideline.com, Inc. is the premier provider of tournament pool contest
management systems for individuals and businesses. The company has
redefined the way tournament contests are managed by introducing
technology that makes it easy to run a variety of tournament contests.
The company has helped thousands of contest managers and web site
content providers make the task of running tournament pool contest
quick and easy. theSideline.com, Inc. is based in Ankeny, Iowa. For more
information, visit www.thesideline.com.
About the Chicago Daily Herald
The Chicago Daily Herald is the 3rd largest newspaper in Illinois
serving the suburban Chicago market. The newspaper owns and operates
www.dailyherald.com serving over 3.5 million pages monthly. The
Daily Herald is based in Arlington Heights, IL with regional offices
in St. Charles, Lisle, Elgin & Vernon Hills.
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