Tampa, FL (PressExposure) January 08, 2009 -- KnowYourVenue.com, a new website based in Tampa Florida, launches beta version with a guide to Raymond James Stadium for Super Bowl travelers. Are you looking for the best Super Bowl party in Tampa? Do you want to win free Super Bowl tickets? KnowYourVenue.com will let you know where the party is and how to score those free Super Bowl tickets.
KnowYourVenue.com is a new website with information on concert, theater, and sports venues. The site is catered to the fan looking for insider tips before the big game. KnowYourVenue.com is based in Tampa Florida, home to the 2009 Super Bowl Championship. To give the new site a jumpstart, KnowYourVenue.com has created a fan guide for Super Bowl travelers. What kind of information will you find on KnowYourVenue.com? The Super Bowl fan guide includes information on Raymond James Stadium along with great tips for enjoying Tampa while you are in town for the weekend.
Prepare for security. Get a heads up on great pre-game restaurants and post-game bars. Find out where the Super Bowl teams will practice. Learn about the NFL Experience for your kids. You can even read about all the ways to win free tickets to the Super Bowl. With local knowledge and a commitment to the best venue information on the web KnowYourVenue.com has created the best single source for Raymond James Stadium and Super Bowl XLIII information.
KnowYourVenue.com does not only deal with special events, they are quickly becoming the go-to source for venue information on the web. KnowYourVenue.com's information is for fans that plan to head to a concert, theater, or sporting event. The site will grow this year to offer venue guides for all NFL stadiums, NHL arenas, NBA arenas, and MLB ballparks. To grow this fast KnowYourVenue.com will gather information from INSIDERS. These INSIDERS will hand over all of their venue knowledge and in return will have a chance to win an iPod Touch. Founder and CEO Cameron Babbitt explains, "At Know Your Venue we work to provide the best venue information for the fans. We know that we have done that for the 2009 Super Bowl at Raymond James Stadium."