College Fanz Perfect 10 Is the Biggest College Basketball Bracket Event Ever
March Madness has started early this year thanks to the biggest college basketball bracket event ever from College Fanz™ Sports Network.
College Fanz Perfect 10 gives fanz a chance to win $25 million by selecting two perfect brackets. It’s the first time that fanz can play 10 brackets, one each for both men’s and women’s basketball in not only NCAA Divisions I, II, and III, but also NAIA Divisions I and II.
Registration is free. Participants need only register once to compete in all 10 contests. Full details and rules are available at http://www.CollegeFanzPerfect10.com
“This is a basketball dream come true for all fanz, with 10 brackets and 10 chances to win,” said Bill Rasmussen, the founder of ESPN and founding partner of College Fanz. “It’s March Madness to the nth degree, without a doubt the biggest college basketball bracket event ever.”
College Fanz Perfect 10 boasts the biggest prize ever offered, $25 Million, for selecting two perfect brackets in NCAA Division I men’s and women’s basketball tournaments.
Other spectacular prizes include a new car for selecting any one perfect bracket in the NCAA Division II or III or NAIA Division I or II men’s or women’s basketball tournaments.
Amazing prizes will be given to the winning bracket with the highest points: an all-expense paid trip for two to the 2009 Maui Invitational for each winning bracket of the NCAA Division I men and women’s basketball tournaments; and flat screen televisions for each winning bracket of NCAA Division II and III and NAIA Division I and II men’s and women’s basketball tournaments.
College Fanz is the world’s largest online college sports community for students, alumni, and other fanz of college sports. College Fanz boasts over 22,000 web pages devoted to more than 1,450 colleges and universities throughout the United States competing in over 225,000 NCAA and NAIA athletic events. Fanz can post videos, photographs, and comment on their favorite teams and schools, participate in contests, and communicate with other fans in a compelling and ever-growing social network.
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