|By Business Wire||
|May 8, 2014 12:34 PM EDT||
iEntertainment Network Inc., (OTCBB: IENT) announces a new Agency of Record, Source Outdoor Group (SOG), of Gainesville, Georgia. SOG will manage IENT’s relationship with various outdoors product companies, introduce additional sponsors to IENT and help current IENT sponsors coordinate their current product offerings with in-game promotions in IENT’s new Outdoors Hunting Mobile Games.
“IENT is excited to partner with Source Outdoor Group,” IENT President and CEO JW “Wild Bill” Stealey said. “We believe SOG can introduce more outdoors companies to our platform of Branded Outdoors and Hunting Mobile Games. These branded platforms from IENT enable participating sponsors to generate millions of views, mentions and brand notices to new consumers. There are also opportunities for sponsors to generate royalties, while promoting their real life products in great mobile game entertainment products. This relationship with our new sponsors and our expected revenues from these new mobile games will allow IENT to improve its public status as we plan to bring the company current, and to take other actions to make our company stock more tradable for our stockholders and supporters.”
Source Outdoor Group President and CEO Aaron McCaleb said, “We are excited to work with IENT to assist them with their development and marketing of Outdoors Mobile Games to support our industry and sponsors. IENT has a proven track record in the development and promotion of entertainment and gaming products for the last 30 years. We believe that as consumer markets continue to evolve, mobile gaming platforms such as the Branded Outdoors and Hunting Mobile Games Solution developed by IENT will provide manufacturers solid opportunities for marketing and branding in a unique and memorable way. We are eager to work with the team at IENT to help progress the growth of the company through our various creative marketing strategies.”
Source Outdoor Group, based in Gainesville, Georgia, is a creative marketing and communications firm for the outdoor industry. SOG concentrates its efforts toward creative techniques that maximize client return on investment while helping its clients find the most effective way to achieve a competitive advantage.
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