PRLog - Jan. 9, 2013 - LOVELAND, Colo. -- Mike and Michelle Tayler, who have been running fantasy sports drafts since 1993, are taking new entries online at their website sportsDrafts.com. They do drafts for fantasy football, basketball, baseball, and golf. Their prizes range from $1,000 to $7,500 for first place winners and the couple has given out $3 million in prize money since they started nearly 20 years ago.
As much of the fantasy sports industry has been taken over by large corporations due to its massive popularity, Mike and Michelle represent a steadily growing family owned draft business that draws customers with guaranteed prizes, quick prize money, absolutely no hidden fees and a personalized touch.
Though most or all fantasy sports websites will tell you their prize amounts up front, not all of them are completely honest. Many come with a disclaimer saying that a $5,000 prize for first place will only actually be that amount if they reach a certain number of entries. Any less than that, and the prize money decreases, meaning that unless you read the fine print, your investment may not be as worthwhile as you thought. SportsDrafts.com guarantees that the prizes they announce are fixed at that amount - no tricks.
They also stand out by refusing to charge hidden fees. This includes charging for extra trades beyond the given set of free trades. Mike and Michelle believe that this practice creates an unfair advantage for those who are willing to pay more money for trades and creates a buying war that overshadows the real fun of fantasy sports drafts. They also offer discounts for returning contestants and have regular drawings for 50% off the next entry fee. To thank contestants for choosing them, Mike and Michelle offer an exclusive All Drafts Annual Championship that has $30,000 in potential prizes, and no additional entry fees are required to participate.
As life long sports fans, Mike and Michelle discovered how much fantasy sports can add to the joy of following your favorite teams. By participating, you go deeper into the sport, learning more about players and the nuts and bolts of the game. This understanding increases both the fun of watching and your general love of the sport while you compete to win prizes. By creating a friendly, personalized environment in which you can participate without worrying about tricks or hidden fees, Mike and Michelle hope to spread the love of the sports they love.