PRLog - April 10, 2012 - After a few years of being dormant, NDNSPORTS.COM has relaunched its website in early 2012. Founded in 2000, the NDNSPORTS.COM website had become the largest resource for Native American sports news and profiles by providing the most up to date information on current college and professional athletes. Back under the direction of the founders, the website has relaunched with many of the same features and a new layout that is visually appealing to users on computers, tablets, and smart phones.
While the website has a new look and feel, the goal remains the same says co-founder John Harjo, “The goal has always and will always be about promoting Native American athletes.” In terms of content, there will be more one-on-one interviews with athletes and more profiles of athletes that have been provided in the past. “We want ndnsports to be your one stop shop for news concerning Native American athletes on a daily basis, we know many existing Native American publications provide sports coverage but do so on month-by-month basis.”, says other co-founder, Brent Cahwee. “We are looking to provide as much as we can by gathering information on a daily basis”.
In addition to the launch of the website, the NDNSPORTS founders have also developed social media outlets to coexist with the website. Users will be able to follow NDNSPORTS on Facebook™ and Twitter™ for the most up-to-date information and later this year there will be a smart phone App that people will be able to download.
Also, our relationships with the Native American communities over the years have allowed us to foster relationships with many sports, community and tribal leaders. We are looking to continue to build on those relationships and with our knowledge and expertise we will offer a variety of services later this year. Eventually, we want to develop as many college and professional athletes as we can but the first step is re-establishing the website. So please visit the website and we will provide information about our programs and services as soon as they are developed.
You can visit us at http://www.ndnsports.com , the #1 Online Resources for Native American Sports News and Profiles!