PHILADELPHIA, PA, August 21, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- One of New Jersey's premier newspapers, the Courier Post, ran a full length cover story in its Sunday August 18, 2013 print edition on inRecruit.com which is a unique sports social network.
The Courier Post is not the first media outlet to take notice of the fast growing startup as inRecruit has been recently featured by NBC Sports, ABC and Comcast SportsNet. inRecruit is a sports social network unlike any other of its kind as the primary focus and core technology is based on digital relationship building, networking and the speedy dissemination of news that is relevant to its users.
"We are happy that the media has taken an interest in covering inRecruit. We have built something totally different and unique for the sports industry. We will continue to innovate around our vision for inRecruit." said Malik Allen former NBA player and co-founder of inRecruit.
In addition to many youth athletes, coaches and sports fans who have joined inRecruit, inRecruit has also attracted numerous professional athletes who have joined inRecruit to help colleges recruit youth athletes by offering up their services as a contact for their alma maters.
"inRecruit is a difference maker. I totally see how inRecruit could change the sports scouting and recruiting landscape forever," said Marquis Teague, former Kentucky basketball player and current NBA guard with the Chicago Bulls.
About the Courier-Post. The Courier-Post is one of New Jersey's premier newspapers that has been serving South New Jersey since 1875. The Courier-Post was acquired by the Gannett newspaper chain in 1959. For more information on the Courier-Post visit http://www.courierpostonline.com/
About inRecruit. inRecruit is a sports social network founded by former professional athletes and social media experts. To join inRecruit as an athlete, parent, coach, sports media member or general sports fan, visit http://www.inRecruit.com.
Follow inRecruit on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/inRecruit
inRecruit is a sports social network which has been described by many as "the Linkedin for Sports"
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