2015 Season Preview
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: August 17, 2015
Contact: Al Botta, (917) 808-6267, email@example.com
New York, NY – The College Football Quest (CFQ) has announced that its 2015 schedule will consist of 6 games. CFQ will travel to Mt. Pleasant, MI on September 3 to see the Oklahoma State Cowboys at Central Michigan Chippewas. That game will be followed by a visit to Kalamazoo, MI the very next day for Michigan State Spartans at Western Michigan Broncos.
On October 3, CFQ makes its annual trip to Gainesville, FL for the Mississippi Rebels at Florida Gators. The schedule continues with an October 24 date in Atlanta for the Florida State Seminoles at Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
November brings two trips to the Midwest. On November 5, CFQ visits Kent, OH for the Buffalo Bulls at Kent State Golden Flashes. The CFQ season concludes on November 21 with a powerhouse matchup in Columbus, OH; Michigan State Spartans at Ohio State Buckeyes.
“This years schedule has a decidedly Midwest feel to it. It was not by design, it is just how the schedule worked out this year. We are very excited for the schedule and can not wait for September 3” said Jarrett Singer, Quest Director of CFQ. Al Botta, Director of the Road Less Traveled, added, “We were able to add an extra game this year so we are thrilled for that. Hopefully November in Ohio will not be too cold and travel issues will be avoided.”
The CFQ began in 2008 and has completed 27 out of 128 venues. By the end of 2015, it will be 32 out of 128.
Since 2008, Jarrett Singer and Al Botta have been on a quest to see a college football game in every home FBS stadium. The seeds of CFQ were planted when Jarrett Singer was attending the University of Florida where he enrolled in a course called Coaching Football. CFQ has evolved into more than just a “check the stadium off a list” event. CFQ strives to obtain the full experience at each location, trying to spend a full few days at each venue as opposed to a quick in and out to just see the game. The game day experience is always the highlight, but CFQ wants to experience tours of the campus, visiting local eateries and shops, tourist attractions, pre game networking with fans, and other local events. CFQ has received national attention in 2015, being profiled in USA today. Their website CollegeFootballQuest.com keeps fans updated on their progress.
Al Botta, CFQ Director of the Road Less Traveled @CollFballQuest
If you’d like more information about CFQ, or to schedule an interview, please call Al at (917) 808-6267 or email Al at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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