Golf News for Saturday, January 28, 2006 | Media

TravelGolf.com joins MSNBC.com's travel partners, contributes golf content to travel section

ORLANDO, Fla. -- TravelGolf.com, a leader in destination golf vacation content, has joined MSNBC.com's travel partners adding vibrant golf content from leading U.S. and international golf/travel hotspots such as Myrtle Beach, Las Vegas, Arizona, Florida, Scotland and Ireland to its travel section.

"We are excited to partner with TravelGolf.com and add more quality content and depth to our travel section," said Danny DeFreitas, deputy managing editor of MSNBC.com. "TravelGolf.com will provide MSNBC.com users with some of the best niche golf features on the web today, including great ideas and tips for travel. The content is fresh, well written and something users will look forward to reading."

"This agreement is a natural for us because MSNBC.com's travel content is well-written and informative," TravelGolf.com Editor and COO Mark Nessmith said. "We look forward to a logical partnership for MSNBC.com's consumers."

"Our content is excellent for web sites and publication portals looking to serve the high-income golf traveler," Nessmith added.

ABOUT TRAVELGOLF.COM:
TravelGolf.com reaches more than 2.5 million golfers a month through 40+ online golf publications and is a five-time winner of Forbes' "Best of the Web" designation.

ABOUT MSNBC.COM:
MSNBC.com, the award-winning news site widely recognized as the best on the Internet, is the exclusive online channel for the NBC Universal News family, which includes the Today show, NBC Nightly News, Dateline NBC, Meet the Press and MSNBC TV. MSNBC.com's driving force is to provide the optimal consumer experience, presenting a diverse range of original content and the best from our partners in a rich multi-media environment that includes interactive features and free streaming video, allowing users to access the news and information they want, when they want it, 24 hours a day. Based in Redmond, WA, MSNBC.com is a joint venture of Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and NBC Universal News (NYSE:GE).



 
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