Crowd funding will enable the A-11 Football League and its Teams to develop a Nationwide Fan-base of New Era Pro Football Owners!
Online PR News – 06-April-2012 – CA – San Francisco, CA, April 06, 2012 -- The A-11 Football League has taken key steps forward in working with several potential city groups to bring many of those cities an A-11 Pro Football Team that is owned by their loyal fan-base and private investors in the states of, TX, KS, OK, KY, CA, WA, NV, AZ, NM, NE, UT, GA, AR, NJ, NY, OH, VA, LA, CO & CT & FL.
“Things change and modernize; both on the football field and in the executive board room,” said A-11FL executive Kurt Bryan, “and the opportunity for every team in the A-11FL to be owned by its local city group fan-base and private investors is very exciting. The A-11 Football League and its teams have an opportunity to build a nationwide fan-base of new era pro football owners that is unparalleled in the history of professional sports ownership by using an innovative equity-based crowd funding platform.”
Funding Launch Pad (Boulder, CO), will steer at least the League’s first Top 10 teams’ equity-based Crowd Funding campaigns for each Team to begin operations. Funding Launch Pad will soon unveil their capital-raising platform to enable each City Group, their football fans and private investors to participate in the “Fan Funding” and Ownership of their A-11FL team.
Bryan said, “The city groups also understand their region and its A-11FL team will get worldwide support and recognition via the League’s digital streaming A-11 Channels for each team and the league. Also, the pro football players of the A-11FL will be full-time salaried employees of the League, living and working within their hometown communities on a daily basis.”
The A-11FL is built around the innovative A-11 Offense that eliminates the jersey-numbering requirement and features interchangeable dynamic athletes at every position. A-11 Football offers 16,632 post-snap variants of which players can receive the snap and advance with the football - as compared to 36 variants in basic pro football.
During the next couple of weeks the League will work with their City Group candidates until at least the initial Top 10 City Markets have been chosen. Once the League’s Top 10 city markets are set, each City Group and their fan base, the League and Funding Launch Pad will commence the marketing operations of their equity-based 'Crowd Funding' campaigns poised to begin in the summer of 2012.
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