Gain Exposure at the High School Level With Varsity News Network

Unless you’re a local who is in the loop, keeping up with your favorite high school sports teams is not always an easy thing to do. High school athletics obviously do not receive the type of recognition that college and professional sports do, so finding information on certain players and sports can be kind of hard. With the Varsity News Network, schools have the opportunity to receive better coverage and gain exposure for their athletic programs at a local and regional level.

Think of it as ESPN for high schools.  Varsity News Network helps schools promote all of their athletic programs through a state-of-the-art, online sports information system. It allows high schools to function as their own media outlet and streamline its content so that promoting athletes at your school is as simple as possible. You are alsp able to create custom and branded content that shows off your school colors and logos.

There are benefits for both students and athletes whose schools use Varsity News Network. Students get the opportunity to learn techniques and technologies that will help them succeed in today’s world, from writing and web design to marketing and entrepreneurship. Athletes receive greater coverage and exposure that will result in greater recognition. This can also be used as a great tool for college recruiters looking for talent that normally wouldn’t be found.

Varsity News Network is at Funded by Night in Detroit today. Make sure you stop by and check them out!

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Henry Sams is a Tech Cocktail intern, college student, and Washington, D.C. metro native who has a passion for new technology and marketing through social media. He has always been interested in new tech innovations, start-ups, and gadgets and would like to create a start-up of his own some day.
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