New Site Puts Packers Fans in Tune with EBay Â
Evansville, IN (RUSHPRNEWS) November 22, 2007 With the team sailing along toward a playoff berth and Brett Favre playing at an MVP-type level, itâ€™s likely to be a â€œGreen and Gold Christmasâ€ for many Green Bay Packers fans.
Itâ€™s usually a safe bet to buy a Packer-related item for that fan on the gift list, but finding something unique on-line can be a challenge.Â A new independent website aims to change that by creating a giant Packers store.Â
PackFanatics.com brings nearly all Packers items listed on eBay.com to one singular website.Â Partnering with the online auction giant and other shopping sites like Amazon.com, PackFanatics.com makes it easy for fans, gift buyers and Packers memorabilia collectors to locate exactly what theyâ€™re looking for.Â The site includes drop down menus for dozens of eBay categories such as Packers game tickets, vintage Packers programs and yearbooks, team jerseys, fan gear and even Brett Favre jerseys and football cards.
â€œWeâ€™ve simply put the massive amount of merchandise and memorabilia on eBay into a shopping portal just for Packer fans,â€ said PackFanatics.comâ€™s founder, Rich Mueller.Â â€œIt saves time and it makes it easier for people to find what theyâ€™re looking for, but Packer fans in Wisconsin and around the country will have fun on the site even if they donâ€™t want to bid on anything.Â Itâ€™s all Packers, all the time.â€Â Â
PackFanatics.com also carries Packers news and video links to sites like NFL.com and ESPN.com, making it easy to stay up to date on whatâ€™s being said about the Pack around the country.
Â The site launched recently and more upgrades are planned in the near future.
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