SWIMBIZ: Landmark Partnership in the Swimming Community

SAN Jose, California, October 1. beRecruited.com and SwimInfo.com have announced a partnership between two of the premier swimming communities on the web.

beRecruited.com is the internet’s largest college recruiting service for high school athletes and NCAA coaches; and since its launch in 2001, beRecruited.com has over 1,000 registered swimmers and 500 college coaches from divisions I, II, and III.

SwimInfo.com is part of the Sports Publications, Inc family which publishes Swimming World and Junior Swimmer magazine (the official publication of the American Swim Coaches Association, National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association and the College Swimming Coaches Association of America).

SwimInfo.com and Swimming World and Junior Swimmer are the leading portal for all news, results, commentary, and discussions related to the sports of swimming.

Together, beRecruited.com, SwimInfo.com and Swimming World and Junior Swimmer aim to improve the sport of swimming through providing current information including collegiate and high school results, information regarding swimming in college and the recruiting process to athletes and their families.

“We are excited about this partnership and feel it will help us continue to be the leading source of information in the swimming community through expanding the type of content and services we have to offer our subscribers and visitors,” said Kim Miller, Marketing Coordinator of Sports Publications.

The partnership will officially launch in October and will include articles in Swimming World and Junior Swimmer, bi-weekly interactive opportunities within the electronic newsletter offered on SwimInfo.com and a quarterly e-mail that goes out to all registered college coaches on behalf of BeRecruited.com.

For more information visit www.beRecruited.com and www.SwimInfo.com.

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