Go Daddy Title Sponsors NCAA Football Bowl Game
Web host and domain name provider Go Daddy (www.godaddy.com) is the sponsor of a bowl game next college football is now known as the “GoDaddy.com bowl” (www. godaddybowl.com).
According to Go Daddy’s announcement this week, will be the sponsor for the bowl game of the NCAA in which the best teams in the Mid-American and Sun Belt conferences compete at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama, drawing an expected than 40,000 fans.
“We thought it was time Go Daddy has its own bowl game -? Bowl GoDaddy.com has a nice ring to it, do not you think,” said Go Daddy founder and CEO Bob Parsons said in a statement. “Football is a favorite pastime of the United States and if the college football fans are nothing, they are passionate and loyal. We like that.”
On January 6, 2011, GoDaddy.com Bowl will be broadcast live on ESPN starting at 19:00 CST. It has been known as the GMAC Bowl in the last decade.
“We are excited to have a power like Go Daddy behind biggest mobile event of the year,” said Bowl President Jerry Silverstein GoDaddy.com in a statement. “Go Daddy stepped up big for this sponsorship, which is good for us all. Our plate has the record for the highest-scoring game in the history of college football bowl. We are looking forward to another party tent.”
In an effort to make a difference in the local community, Go Daddy is leaving about 3,000 children in the area moving to see the game for free at GoDaddy.com Bowl “Kids Zone.”
How your name included in the name of a bowl game is the latest effort by Go Daddy to promote the company – a skill that has become known for since the success of its Super Bowl ads.
In an effort to help customers launch their own online advertising campaigns, Go Daddy recently created a marketing product for small businesses called “Advertising Space”. This service allows users to create an advertising campaign online, simply by presenting key information about Go Daddy’s expert search engine marketing and the service could be advertised on Google within 24 hours.
In recent years, Go Daddy has expanded its operations beyond its home state, Colorado, Iowa, as well as abroad, in Canada, and countries in Europe and Asia. The company has donated more than $ 2.7 million to charities this year, including aid for flood victims Tennessee.
According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, Go Daddy recently went on sale, and the buzz recently informed speculation about who the bidder might be.