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Schools:A New Option For The Coming Budget Cuts

A New Option For The Coming Budget Cuts The sequestration showdown looms large for education regardless November’s election results. School administrators at every level are weighing their …

A New Option For The Coming Budget Cuts

The sequestration showdown looms large for education regardless November’s election results. School administrators at every level are weighing their choices as they face inevitable budget cuts in 2013.

While administrators have considered allowing advertising in schools up until now few embraced it. Advertising in the halls and classrooms has generally been deemed inappropriate.

However, there is a new online advertising option in the arena of school sports.

The Active Youth Network (AYN) has created a website for high school sports that offers an appropriate venue for family-friendly, advertising from major brands. By creating a national network of youth sports websites including schools and recreational clubs, AYN can tap into the well of online ad spending that will exceed $100 Billion by the end of 2012.

The AYN network offers advertisers a prime audience of students, parents, coaches and fans to deliver their message and make special offers and discounts; especially now that we live in a Groupon world.

The Active Youth Network gives 70% of the net national advertising sales back to its’ member schools and clubs. But wait; there’s more!

There are no costs or fees to become a member. AYN provides an excellent professionally designed, customized website for each member FREE, including hosting.

AYN also provides a local, self-service advertising system (QuickAds) for local merchants and businesses, also FREE.

The Active Youth Network was created to generate revenue for youth sports to lighten the financial burden for families facing increasingly higher costs for participation. AYN’s principals raised their 8 kids in youth sports and experienced it first hand. They happened to be veteran media executives with deep experience working with major brand advertisers.

Find out more by visiting the company’s website www.activeyouthnetwork.com and their demo websites for high schools and school sports.

http://smithfieldhs.newsites.activeyouthnetwork.com/

http://shsathletics.newsites.activeyouthnetwork.com/

Or contact them directly:

West Coast: Nick Cavarra – (303) 886-5538 / njcavarra@activeyouthnetwork.com

East Coast: Chris Westerkamp (401) 477-0610 / chris@activeyouthnetwork.

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