Last weeks interview with WIFL Commissioner Dion Lee had nearly 25,000 listeners showing both sides that this is a perfect match. A source from BSH said the company is very excited about the partnership. "We couldn't ask for a better partner in all the things we want to accomplish. There are things that we want to do with our leagues and it just so happens that Fan Junkies are looking for people to do those things
with. It just kind of all came together quite easily. We are extremely happy about it and look forward to a very long and successful relationship with them."
The Fan Junkies' Jonathan Ragus is equally happy with the agreement. "It's an honor to form a partnership with the WIFL and Blanchette Sports Holdings. We plan to take them to the next step in the world of media with an array of great writers as well as helping start a radio network that everyone will love. Also, making Fan Junkies the official sports social networking platform for the WIFL we will give not only their fans a way to interact but a way for WIFL athletes to interact with their fans as well." He added "Here at Fan Junkies we have over 35 years of sports media experience and we plan to utilize our knowledge and expertise in bringing the Women's Indoor Football League into every household around the nation that adores and has a huge passion for the game of Football and Women's Sports."