Like The Alliance Atlas 5 Rocket, The New Vgpa Will Be Launching

The new Video Game Players Association (VGPA) selected NGD2009 date for its debut to help promote awareness of the second annual event and to showcase the participating libraries and the American Library Association.
Video Game Players Association (VGPA)
Video Game Players Association (VGPA)
Nov. 9, 2009 - PRLog -- On National Game Day (11.14.2009) not only will the Alliance Atlas 5 rocket be launching a satellite into space, the new VGPA will be launching it’s website and U.S. national membership-based association.  VGPA [veg-puh] is dedicated to the gamers in the industry, not the game and software manufacturers.  The new on-line address is http://www.VideoGamePlayers.ORG.

NGD2009 is an excellent opportunity to engage kids of all ages at their participating community libraries and to promote their gaming programs and services.  All types of gaming including video game tournaments will be available at participating libraries.  For additional information and publicity tools, visit

It’s not about, “Da Bears,” it’s about, “Da Gamers!”  VGPA, based in Chicago, will be engaging the video game community by offering an on-line centralized database of industry contacts.  VGPA will also boast the VGPA Society, an on-line social community for gamers.  

“VGPA really is dedicated to video gamers of all ages,” said JB Lee, President & Executive Director.  “We will offer our members the opportunity to be a part of the only national directory of video game players.”  

If you’d like more information about the VGPA or to schedule an interview, please send an e-mail to

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VideoGamePlayers.ORG was founded in 2009 to provide U.S. video game players with membership-based association privileges including industry resources, listing in the national directory, access to the on-line VGPA Society and other membership benefits.
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