Team Unveils Pages for Twitter, MySpace, Facebook and YouTube
Newark, N.J. (Friday, June 19, 2009) – With the explosion of social networking websites taking the world by storm, the New Jersey Ironmen formally announced today their official pages for Twitter, MySpace, Facebook and YouTube. The Ironmen encourage all of their fans to add the team on each service so they will be able to network and interact through those various social networking sites.
“Without a doubt, social networking websites have seen exponential growth over the past few years,” Ironmen General Manager Tony Novo commented. “We are pleased to announce our own official page on each site so fans and followers of the Ironmen have another avenue to keep up with us.”
To access any of the Ironmen social networking pages, log onto www.njironmen.com and click the “connect with us” icon on the home page. The Ironmen are also currently developing their Fan Club, which has its own designated Facebook page as well. As announcements regarding the fan club are made, they will be distributed through their Facebook page as well as through the Ironmen website and their other various networking outlets.
Ironmen on Twitter: http://twitter.com/NJIronmen
Ironmen on MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/njironmen1
Ironmen on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/people/New-Jersey-Ironmen/100000007647792
Ironmen Fan Club on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=69653459819
Ironmen on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/NewJerseyIronmen
On tap for this summer, the 2009 Ironmen soccer camp program will kick off in late June and run through the end of August. Space is limited for Ironmen camp registration, and the team created a special website for their camp programs at www.njironmen.com/camps. The camp website offers information and the summer schedule, as well as the convenience of completing the entire registration process online. All campers this summer will receive an Ironmen soccer ball, t-shirt and two tickets to their 2009 home opener this fall, and camps are open to all types of skill levels and players age 4-16.
Training is also available for travel clubs this summer with commitments of at least 10 campers. The cost for each camper is $129, and each training session will be conducted for two hours a day over a period of five concurrent days. The age of campers can range from 8-16, and each participant will receive an Ironmen camp t-shirt. Teams must provide the field, water and balls for the training sessions, and the Ironmen will always have at least one professional player on location for every day of the camp. Coaches that would like to schedule a travel camp can call 973-757-6323 today for additional information.
The Ironmen have now opened the sale of 2009-10 season tickets, and all seating sections are now available for submittal of a $50 deposit. Fans that would like to reserve their seats for the upcoming season can click the 09-10 season ticket icon on the Ironmen home page (www.njironmen.com), or they can also call Mike Milich, Ironmen Ticket Sales Manager, at 973-757-6322.