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Colorado Springs, CO (Vocus) August 28, 2010

The launch of Rivalry Rage brings a unique social networking outlet to the World Wide Web Sports Trash Talk. The Rivalry Rage team determined there was a niche opportunity in the social media world to create a site specifically for sports fans and provide them with an interactive location to talk trash. Unlike other social networking sites, Rivalry Rage strictly focuses on sports fans around the world. My goal was to create a social website focused solely on sports. Passionate sports fans love talking trash in support of their favorite team or in… Continue reading

Colorado Springs, CO (Vocus) October 20, 2010

Rivalry Rage, Inc. was one of many companies offered to the UCCS Business Major Seniors to use as a test case for their Marketing Class Project. The unique challenges with Rivalry Rage are that it is still in the infancy stages of development, it has a very small social media footprint, and the company has just started the process of marketing its newly-developed website. When asked why the UCCS Seniors selected Rivalry Rage, Inc., Michelle Owen from Honolulu, Hawaii said, I like working with a local company because I feel like my work… Continue reading

Colorado Springs, Colorado (PRWEB) September 21, 2011

When the concept for Rivalry Rage was first created, it was birthed from the great rivals on tobacco row in North Carolina. Specifically the University of North Carolina Tar Heels verses the Duke University Blue Devils. This is arguably the biggest rivalry in sports today, at least in the United States. However, when the greats and most popular sport on earth is discussed the list of fanatical rivalries is long. Some of the most notable are Manchester United verses Liverpool, Barcelona verses Real Madrid, Lazio verses Roma, and Boca Juniors verses River Plate… Continue reading

And yes, the BBC is on the list, possibly ranked one through three.

Ghosting around the internet today is like stumbling through a scorched earth, and anything with a superfluous u runs the gamut from rage to sorrow to bewilderment to magnanimousness, having been forcibly removed of their inalienable right to win the bid. Because they’re England, or something.

Hopefully this video can bring a sense of understanding and closure to the grand old tournament which will be World Cup 2018: Not England, allowing an entire nation to move on and maybe, just maybe, admit that if David Cameron… Continue reading


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