BigNews.Biz - Apr 13,2012 - San Francisco, CA, April 13, 2012 -- As the start-up A-11 Spring-summer Professional Football League works with City Groups to help them secure a professional A-11 Football Team to be owned by their loyal fan-base and private investors via a crowd funding stock offering in the states of, TX, KS, OK, KY, CA, WA, NV, AZ, NM, NE, UT, GA, AR, NJ, NY, OH, VA, LA, CO & CT & FL, the League announced the development of its “High School Football Coaches Ally Program” to assist the high school football coaches of America climb up the ranks of the coaching profession more rapidly.
A-11FL executive, Kurt Bryan explains, “There are hundreds of thousands of excellent high school football coaches nationwide, both head football coaches and assistants. Many of those coaches have demonstrated the ability to develop outstanding innovative football concepts that have transcended the game and pushed it forward with incredible results. There are many coaches that want to move up the coaching ranks but they are never interviewed for available coaching jobs at the higher levels, or they simply go unnoticed, even though they possess the qualities and commitment needed to succeed at the elite levels of the game. The A-11 Football League’s High School Football Coaches Ally Program will guarantee that every team in the League interviews and hires at least one or more full-time football coaches whose most recent coaching job was at the high school level.”
Funding Launch Pad (Boulder, CO), will implement at least the League’s first Top 10 teams’ equity-based Crowd Funding campaigns for each Team to begin operations. Funding Launch Pad will unveil their capital-raising platform to enable each City Group, their football fans and private investors to participate in the “Fan Funding” and Ownership of their A-11FL team.
Bryan said, “Even though we are a start-up League, the city groups truly understand their region and its teams will get worldwide recognition from the League’s digital streaming A-11 Channels for each team and the league. And, the pro football players of the A-11FL will be full-time salaried employees of the League, living and working in their hometown communities.”
The A-11FL is built around the revolutionary A-11 Offense that eliminates the jersey-numbering requirement and features interchangeable dynamic athletes at every position. A-11 Football offers 16,632 post-snap variants of which players can receive the snap and advance with the football - as compared to 36 variants in basic pro football.
During the next couple of weeks the League will work with City Group candidates until at least the initial Top 10 City Markets have been chosen. Once the League’s Top 10 city markets are set, each City Group and their fan base, the League and Funding Launch Pad will commence the marketing operations of their equity-based 'Crowd Funding' campaigns poised to begin in the summer of 2012.
For more information: Kurt Bryan,
San Francisco, CA