SFBN: The Ultimate American High School Sports News Network launches Kickstarter Campaign
Now Seeking Community Support at Kickstarter, it is the Ultimate Resource for High School Sports News & Information!
July 05, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – SFBN (Sports Fan Base Network) has announced that they are seeking support for their high school sports news network on Kickstarter. Students work really hard in their high school sports but fail to get the attention they deserve. The network aims to cover such students and give them the attention as well as the spotlight that is needed to motivate them in scoring through their careers.
The Sports Fan Base Network was founded in 2012 in Philadelphia and it began producing live video broadcasts of sporting events for the Philadelphia Public and Catholic League. Followed by its successful launch, SFBN expanded into other public and private schools in Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware, Chester and Berks counties, as well as Southern New Jersey.
SFBN has now launched a Kickstarter Campaign to raise funds for the purchase of its new equipment and for the upgrade of its current equipment. This includes broadcast computers, video cameras, audio equipment and website developers. Therefore, the network is now seeking for generous community support on the crowdfunding platform and is welcoming everyone to back the campaign.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/1604514599/sfbn-your-home-for-high-school-sports-news-and-inf and it offers several great pledges with greater reward. For all those who want to motivate the students across America, the campaign offers pledges ranging from $5 to $6000 with rewards ranging from network’s membership to a party thrown in the honor of the backers who support with the latter pledge.
Sports Fan Base Network is an American media network of news and information for sports taking place in high schools. The purpose of this network is to highlight the sports played in the grounds of a high school and give the hardworking student athletes the attention that they deserve.