GamedayHousing Plans to Stay Warm in Colorado
June 19th, 2010 – Boulder, CO – Colorado has been known for its cold weather, high altitudes, and tremendous ski resorts. Despite all the implications of coldness, GamedayHousing is blazing a trail throughout the CU area near Folsom Field. Gameday Housing is an online sports vacation rental service that specializes in short-term football weekend rentals. They bring homeowners and college football fans together, earning extra income for the owners and providing the fans with places to stay that are more comfortable than hotels. Gameday also provides owners with marketing, legal contracts, and more in order to make the process as easy as possible. For more information about this company, visit www.GamedayHousing.com.
GamedayHousing was founded by two die hard sports fans, Geoff and Chris,who have traveled to more than 50 stadiums across the country. Everywhere they went (especially in their younger years), the company founders found themselves without a room in the inn. After sleeping in enough basements, cars, and hotels that were 60 miles away from the big game they had an idea; What if there were a better way? That night they came up with GamedayHousing.com. The company began with one vacation home outside Notre Dame stadium in 2006 and currently represents hundreds of homes in sports towns across the country! Visit GamedayHousing.com/aboutus to learn more about this exciting company!
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